Greetings Story Empire readers! This week we continue with another use of Scrivener's Inspector - Document References . Just as a refresher, the Inspector is turned on by clicking on View in Scrivener. Slide down the menu to Layout and click on Inspector in the fly-out menu that is displayed (for keyboard command enthusiasts use … Continue reading How to Use Scrivener as a Reference Library
Hello to all the Story Empire readers, PH here today with a Scrivener tip I hope you'll find useful. Ever realized your formatting is incorrect throughout your documents? It could be simple things like the type of quotation marks (smart or straight) or you think there are lots of extra blank spaces present. Well, there’s … Continue reading How to Change Formatted Content in Scrivener
Me-me-me-me. Uh-hmmm. Since I'm warmed up, here's my best singing demonstration. April fool's joke, Story Empire readers, I'm not going to show off my singing pitch today (I hear those cheers to escape that fiasco and they are well-taken). Nor am I going to demonstrate my best baseball pitch. No, today, I'm discussing honing a … Continue reading How to Hone Your Elevator Pitch
Hello and happy Friday to all the Story Empire readers. P. H. Solomon here today with our post about covers. Normally, one of us shares something about some covers we like and why. Today, I wanted to veer a bit from just sharing a cover into the how and why of a cover design. Of … Continue reading How Do Covers Become Covers?
Good morning to all the Story Empire readers! PH here with another useful tip for using Scrivener so let's dive right into it! If you read this blog very much then you know I like finding and figuring out how to use the various tools and settings in Scrivener so I can write more efficiently. … Continue reading How to Use Scrivener’s Scratchpad