Weekend Reading: Scrivener

on May 17, 2014 in Writers' Resources, Writing

We've talked a lot about Scrivener lately -- specifically using Scrivener for blogging. It's a great piece of software for writers, and it's incredibly adaptable to any kind of project you need to take on. My favorite part of moving to Scrivener so far has been its organizational abilities, which are helping me better manage a variety of projects from client projects to my blogs to manuscripts.

This weekend, I want to feature content and resources that can help you get just as much out of Scrivener. And remember, if you haven't tried it yet, they offer a 30 day free trial which is plenty of time to see if it's right for you. In the meantime, you can learn more by checking out these Scrivener resources:

Feel free to share your own tips, tools, and resources that might help your fellow writers get a better handle on Scrivener.

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Jennifer Mattern is a professional blogger, freelance business writer, and indie author. Through her company, 3 Beat Media, she operates All Indie Writers, BizAmmo.com, and numerous other blogs.

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  1. E.S. Ivy May 25, 2014 Reply

    I purchased Blogging for Dummies by Gwen Hernandez. I’m really careful about buying things – especially things I learn about on blogs – as in the past tutorials and classes I’ve bought through blogs have been less than stellar. But, even though Blogging for Dummies is written mostly for the Mac (with Windows differences noted with for an older version for Windows) I’ve really found it a great resource. Especially when there’s something I know I can do but I’ve forgotten how.

    It’s been about a year since I last used Scrivener, I found the following youtube video surprisingly helpful – it’s not professional (Dog barking and kids! Kind of funny.)but she does a really good job of hitting the highlights and showing you how to use them.
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      Jennifer Mattern May 25, 2014 Reply

      Thanks for sharing. I’ll add it to my list of things to check out after the holiday weekend. 🙂

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