Today I’m pleased to welcome Guest Blogger Brad Swift, an Author who combines his coaching and writing at “Writing: Tool for Transformation” He and I are members of the same Scivener Facebook group, and recently we were chatting about some of his favourite Scrivener features.
I’ve come across a new Scrivener Blogger and turns out my reviews and write-ups were part of the inspiration to get Bridget to use this writer’s software for blogging.
These 3 Scrivener Guest Blogging Tools will help to keep your blog writing on Track. The Synopsis, Document Notes & Project Target Window handy visual reminders, especially when you’re freelancing.
Using Scrivener for Blogging. Here’s a guest post from Karen Prince you uses Scrivener to plan and create her blog posts.
Find out how to download the “Writers Notebook for Scrivener” template. Which has an extensive Writing Helps & Tips section at the top, that includes Dan Wells 7-point plot system, “11 tips to increase your productivity” and “How to make stories Rock”.
I started using the Scrivener writing software to manage my Content Strategy and Social Media Management. This article explains the Binder and Folder Structure and how I’m using Icons to tag my content.
Want to know how other bloggers are using Scrivener to keep them organized? Here’s a summary of Scrivener Benefits and Features in this article round-up from three bloggers with different approaches.
We look how blogger Bea is using Scrivener for Novels, Freelance Writing, but not Blogging.
This video covers how to use Evernote and Pocket to support Scrivener during the research segment of your writing process.
Tips on how to set up your Project Binder when you use Scrivener for Freelance Writing tracking. How to set up your binder files and use the outliner view for mass edits to your meta-data.
If you work on multiple projects at one time, or have a break between working sessions, it’s easy to pick up where you left off by relying on the Scrivener Binder Icons. In this article I show you how I use them for article tracking and e-books.
This Scrivener Quick Tip is a short video showing you how to export your book from Scrivener and then how to read EPUB and MOBI files on your PC or Mac.
Here’s how I use Scrivener Labels and Status as Tracking Tools to help me overcome the procrastination phase of writing, and to motivate me to keep creating. These visual representations are useful tools for authors.
With one book under my belt, I’ve amassed lots of learnings of what I’d do differently for book #2, but one of my primary needs was around a more efficient Content Management system. Read why I chose Scrivener.
If you’re a like-minded indie author who is looking to collaborate with another non-fiction author to create a Writers Collective that is supportive, collaborative and lucrative … let’s get started.
An amusing infographic detailing the different types of procrastinator. What type of procrastinator are you?
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