Don’t get frustrated with Scrivener. There’s a learning curve, but it’s not so bad when you break it down into chunks. Check out these 5 Scrivener shortcuts that will help you understand Scrivener fast and get writing.
Get Straight to the Point With Scrivener
Remember when you first used Microsoft Word…”What a pain in the ass! Who created this impossible software program?”…fast forward 3 days…”Man I love Microsoft Word. It’s the best writing software out there. I’ll never use anything else.”
Let’s face it. New programs suck. As writers we just want to open them up and get down to writing. But, that’s not always the case. Like probably never the case.
Scrivener is no different. It takes a little time to get going, but when you do, you’ll love every bit of it. This Scrivener shortcut post is designed to give you a quick tour of Scrivener so you can skip the unimportant get writing.
1. Setting Up
2. Binder Basics
Let Grammarly Be Your Copy Editor…
And Your Line Editor.
3. Writing Your Book
5. How to Write Realistic Dialogue
Edit my dialogue? But it’s sooo good! Who cares if it’s twenty pages long…Readers do, so it’s time to do some cutting and it starts with these two rules…keep sentences short and cut unnecessary dialogue.