This post is part of my Scrivener Quick Tips seriesI can’t remember who it was, but a long time ago, in a Twitterverse very, very close, someone was complaining about the Scrivener Novel template. Specifically, they didn’t like how you…
You’ve heard all your writer friends talking about it. Scrivener. Now you’re curious, but afraid to take the plunge. Word kinda works for you. Plus, you have a system. A routine. Breaking out of that routine is a little scary.
I get that.
And it’s okay!
But if you’ve ever wanted to learn a little more about Scrivener to see if it’s right for you and the way you write – or want to write – now’s your chance.
I’m teaching 2 online classes this month – a basic and an advanced class on Scrivener. The basic class will be free. The advanced class is paid. I have a special link for you on the advanced class that will get you a discount, so…
So. I set out with a goal of writing a blog post every day for the entire month of April. With this very post right here, I have succeeded!
What was the point? Well – to get me back into the habit again. I haven’t been blogging much lately and I missed it. Also, I wanted to get back into the swing of writing every day – which I have.
Now – I promised a Pikes Peak Writers Conference wrap up post, and this is that post, too. So without further adieu… (this is a long one)
On Thursday April 24th around 2 pm ish, I was going through a mental checklist of what I would need for the Pikes Peak Writers Conference. That list included packing, which I hadn’t done yet, and figuring out how I wanted to handle getting to the conference. The conference itself began on Friday the 25th, but there was a special ‘add on’ for Thursday I had passed on myself….