I recently discovered the Scrivener word frequency analyzer. Oh, joy of nerdy joys. Here’s a quick look at how I’m using it to improve my writing.
One of the things I like about Scrivener is that it exports my work in a format that makes me look super professional, but allows me to work in any font, in any size, like it’s our little secret.
I was doing some freelance work a while back, working with a small marketing team, and I was lamenting the prevalence of double spaces after periods. It’s a pet peeve of mine. The woman I was working with, who was about fifteen years younger than me, voiced her theory that people tend to hit the […]
We’re continuing the #52WeeksOfScrivener series today by working our way through the Inspector window. Last week we talked about using Snapshots. Today: Comments & Footnotes.
We’re continuing the #52WeeksOfScrivener series today by working our way through the Inspector window. Last week we talked about the different things that can be done with Meta-Data. Today: Snapshots. As writers, we are forced to make decisions every day. Which characters will live, which will fall in love, which will be successful in their […]
Today we’re exploring how to make use of custom meta-data in Scrivener.