I also heard about Scrivner from my NaNo friends and it’s awesome that it is available for windows as well. I’m happy with my office 2013 for writing and editing my manuscripts and I can publish blog posts with word. I’ll look up some youtube videos though. I’m always open to new technology if it suits my needs.
Last Wednesday I bit the bullet and did something that I’d been mulling for almost five years: I bought a copy of Scrivener. This mysterious word processing program, specifically geared to serious writers of all stripes, has been on my radar for quite some time. Then I realized how cheap it was, and I came by a $9 off coupon, and I thought….what the heck. Merry Early Christmas to me.
So I went to Literature and Latte, took a deep breath — and bought it.
After 30 minutes of poking around, I caught of glimmer of just how powerful this thing was.
Working on my current NaNo project in Scrivener. My writing life has irrevocably changed.
Five days and one Scrivener webinar later, my appreciation for the program has deepened exponentially. I now understand that much of my latent frustration with writing had nothing to do with the intellectual…
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