I love Scrivener’s Word Count tracker. With just a few clicks you set writing goals that work with your writing schedule to help you meet your own specific writing goals.
Color coding Scrivener is one of my favorite little writerly tricks. It’s just so freaking handy. Here’s how it works. In the binder of your project simply right-click on any item (or selection of items) and move your mouse down the resulting menu to to “Label.” You can chose one of the existing labels, or click […]
As I’m sure you know, NaNoWriMo starts next week. I’ve been seeing a lot of Twitter traffic about people getting ready, so even though I’m not participating this year, I thought I’d share four NaNoWriMo Scrivener tips that have been super helpful to me in the past when trying to write 50,000 words in a […]
A while back I blogged about using my Bullet Journal (what the kids are calling BuJos) to get my writing life organized. Well I’m about ten months in, and I love it more and more. And then, a few weeks ago, I discovered another way it can help me with my writing: color coding my […]
Today we’re going to talk about saving whole drafts of your WIP (work in progress) using Scrivener. This post assumes you’re working with Scrivener 3.0. If you haven’t yet upgraded to 3.0, check out this post for a basic overview of the software update. Small Changes In a previous post, I talked about how to […]
A quick reference window is the quickest way to pull things up in Scrivener when I need to see them, but don’t want to lose my place in my writing.