Good morning readers. I’m enjoying a week of “staycation” one in which I plan to devote to writing the first draft of Unknown Reasons. I’ve looked forward to writing the second of the Driscoll Lake Series for some time and even more to when it’s published sometime this summer.
And I can’t imagine using anything other than Scrivener for writing. Scrivener? If you aren’t a writer, you might not have heard of this tool. And if you are a writer, perhaps you’ve resisted using it. I once resisted myself, but now I can’t imagine going back to Word for writing a full-length novel. I used it when writing The Stranger and Unseen Motives. (The photo above is a screen shot of the Unseen Motives project.
So what is Scrivener? I’d call it a glorified version of Word but with so much more. The developers at Literature and Latte understand writing and the needs of writers. With Scrivener, I can compile into ePub, .mobi, .pdf and more. But rather than have me explain its use, hop over to Story Empire when author P S Solomon talks about Scrivener and its applications.
And now, back to writing Unknown Reasons.