When was the last time that you read an eBook? Did you purchase it from an online vendor or was … Continue reading Read an eBook Day
Hey ya’ll, it’s Lauren Miller back with another Scrivener tip for today. Did Santa leave you a copy of Scrivener … Continue reading Liven Up Scrivener’s Composition Mode with a Background Image
Welcome back to another scrivener tip on Thursdays.
Up to this point, we’ve already talked about using Scrivener as a word counter, how to import templates into Scrivener, and how to create tables for tracking productivity.
Today, I want to talk about how to add your own images to your Scrivener project (or notebook).
Images are an incredible resource that’s easy to use in Scrivener’s program and if you haven’t already figured out how to do this yet, then this is the tutorial for you.
So go ahead, open that Scrivener project you’ve been working on, and let’s get started! Continue reading “Adding Images to Your Scrivener Notebook”
Last month I talked about how to set up your word counter for Scrivener, especially for all you Wrimo peeps. … Continue reading Tech Talk: Create Tables to Track Your Writing Journey (you’ll be thankful you did)
Today I want to talk about expanding the use of Scrivener for your writing by incorporating templates into your writing … Continue reading Tech Talk: How to Import Templates into Scrivener
With your Scrivener project open, click Project – Show Project Target. The project word tracker will appear in the … Continue reading Tech Talk: Setting Up Scrivener’s Word Counter
- I’m absolutely lovin’ my new 2012 NaNoWriMo Word Tracker which comes in different skins over at Svenia Liv’s website. She’s got pirates, forest fairies, evil-looking guys and more to suit your writing tastes. Which one closest matches your character this year? Check her stuff out.
Okay, so I have to say something briefly about Scrivener too…
If you’re a Scrivener user and you like to keep everything in-house, in a single session you can create a table like I did for your own word tracker (see below):
I created mine to keep track of where I should be in my writing schedule and where I actually am at that point. The notes section is to keep track of what I worked on that day (scene or chapter). Continue reading “7 NaNoWriMo Tools (Besides Scrivener)”