Scrivener is a wonderful tool. It is rich and versatile. Because of that, you can use it to support the way YOU write. Because it is so robust, some people find it intimidating at first, I’m writing a series of blog posts to help you get started. This post will provide easy, step-by-step instructions for
My goal was to get my submission package out the door by January 2, which is in just two days. It doesn’t look like I’m going to hit that goal, so I decided to take a short break and write a blog post after a bazillion months. I’ve written three new romances. The first one
Writers, IT professionals, medical transcriptionists, graphic designers… in fact, nearly all white-collar professionals spend hours and hours every day sitting in front of a keyboard… tap-tapping away! As a result, we often end up with aching hands. If you’re as lucky as I have been, there’s a simple solution that could help you almost immediately.
I write. I write a LOT. Even so, or perhaps because of it, I regularly have to check my grammar. English grammar is tricky, but I’m getting better at comma usage (thanks to my editor!), but I’m still terrible when it comes to compound words. I’ll get better at them eventually! When I was in
Brainstorming. The creative Kickstart. The jolt of caffeine your story needs. This past weekend my critique group met for an all-day work session. We spent the morning learning about how to use Word to create teaser images that include a punchy quote from your book. When I made my first teaser, I followed some directions