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Introduction using Scrivener You have to start somewhere and writing your Introduction is as good a place as any? And, of course, I'm using Scrivener. I'm now working on my second book, but applying the same principles that were recommended to me during my Self-Publishing School course last summer, when I wrote and self-published EDITING The RedPen Way: 10 steps to successful self-editing. What's my second book called? This one is one of three...

Today's guest is writer, publisher, Scrivener trainer and author of the Udemy course Scrivener for iOS, Steve Shipley. Rather than discussing how Steve uses Scrivener for writing his two books and scriptwriting stage plays, today's blog post focuses on how, as an early beta tester for Scrivener for iOS, he came to write his course: Scrivener for iOS, available to my readers at 70% off ...

Today's guest is Alinka Rutkowska, fellow Wrimo and Scrivener fan. Back in March 2016, Alinka shared how she uses Scrivener in her writing. Since then, she and I have been talking and finding that we have much in common. We're learning all the time, and we make mistakes along the way. We both want to share what we've discovered, to help other writers enjoy the same success we've had, without the setbacks. We...

Messaging in Scrivener can be achieved in many ways. 1 Annotations 2 Footnotes 3 Comments 4 Project and document notes Which method(s) you choose depends mostly on whether you are working alone or in collaboration with others, and the extent to which you want to export these messages. The links below take you back to the posts which gave an in-depth discussion of each option. There are two more posts to complete...

This is the fifth of a series posts introducing the topic of messaging in Scrivener And today’s post is all about notes, in particular: project notes. Essentially, there are four options for messaging: 1 Annotations 2 Footnotes 3 Comments 4 Project and document notes Depending on what you are trying to achieve, choosing the best of the four options could make life easier for you in the long run, so learning about all...

This is the fourth of a series of posts introducing the topic of messaging in Scrivener and today’s post is all about notes, in particular: document notes. 1 Annotations 2 Footnotes 3 Comments 4 Project and document notes Depending on what you are trying to achieve, choosing the best of the four options could make life easier for you in the long run, so learning about all four makes sense. What are notes? Within...

This is the third of a series of posts introducing the topic of messaging in Scrivener Aand today's post is all about comments. Essentially, there are four options for messaging: 1 Annotations 2 Footnotes 3 Comments 4 Project and document notes Depending on what you are trying to achieve, choosing the best of these could make life easier for you in the long run, so learning about all four makes sense. What are comments? Comments...

This is the first of a series of posts introducing the topic of messaging in Scrivener. And today's post is all about annotations. Essentially, there are four options for messaging: 1 Annotations 2 Footnotes 3 Comments 4 Project and document notes Depending on what you are trying to achieve, choosing the best of these could make life easier for you in the long run, so learning about all four makes sense. What are annotations? Annotations...