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Free Scrivener Webinar tomorrow!

Just in time for NaNoWriMo, the folks at Learn Scrivener Fast will be holding a free webinar on how they used Scrivener Beats to write a book in 30 days.

Scrivener is a writing software by Literature & Latte, and it is currently popular with writers. It does have many modes, templates for everything from a novel manuscript to screenplay, lets users work in chapters and scenes instead of one big document and it even has a research function which can be used like a binder – pictures, websites, whatever you find, you can save it for later.

It seems to be a clever software, but it does take a while or two to work out properly. Therefore, I’ll attend the webinar tomorrow and report back to you!

There are still places available: October 22, 2014

4pm EDT (New York)

9pm GMT (London)

10pm GMT+1 (Berlin)

For your timezone, check Time & Date.

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3 thoughts on “Free Scrivener Webinar tomorrow!”

  1. I will also be attending this webinar, and I look forward to reading your opinions! Did you see the one last week with Joseph and Joanna Penn? It was a good overview of the basic features and a few cool gizmos, but I’m hoping this one will get more into some more practical advice on how to actually craft within the software.


    1. To be honest, I wasn’t impressed with the webinar at all. I logged off fairly early on, it was past 10pm for me and I’m still new to Scrivener, so half of it didn’t make sense to me. What did you think of it?

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      1. I thought it was okay, but I wasn’t overwhelmed either. i was really irritated with how long they spent chit chatting and how long they took to explain story beats. As for the actual Scrivener part, I thought it was interesting to see Sean and Johnny’s process. I always like to look into other writers’ minds. However, I agree, it did move a little quickly for us Scrivener newbies, and since I’m a PC user, some of the features were different than what they showed on their Mac, so that was disappointing.


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