Hello SEers and Happy Thanksgiving! I hope everyone has a great holiday! Last week, Staci Troilo shared some fantastic insights for increasing your word-count. There must have been some sort of kismet between us because I was dealing with the same topic as I try to ramp up my word count. Here are some tips … Continue reading Just How Many Words Can You Wordsmith? Follow-up Tips!
At its heart, Scrivener as a writer's development tool and that means it's affective from the very beginning of a writing project. Let's look at how to get started. Without even discussing it, Craig and I happened on the same general topic this week, just from differing places. It's great that we happened on the … Continue reading Outline With Scrivener Without Outlining
Today's Story Empire topic: Discover layouts in Scrivener, how they are used, the Layout Manager, and tips for navigating your writing project development. Introduction Hello to all the Story Empire readers! As promised in my last post regarding Scrivener and book series development, today we'll take a look at using layouts. This is a handy … Continue reading 5 Tips to Use Scrivener’s Layout Manager to Guide Your Writing
Hello, Story Empire readers! Today, I'd like to cover a topic about Scrivener that may help a few of you out when you didn't know you needed help. A while back, I wrote on this blog about using Auto-complete and Keywords. Today, I'm going to expand on those tools in regard to developing a series … Continue reading 4 Ways to Pack the Power of Scrivener into Your Series
Hello to all the SE readers! Last time I posted, the topic was about Scrivener and backups. Today, I’m visiting a similar subject with Snapshots. Story Empire’s very own Staci Troilo left a comment on the previous post (thanks, Staci) indicating her method of backup as well as her thoughts about snapshots: So with that … Continue reading Scrivener Backups and Snapshots Strategies Pt. 2