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Import Scrivener Template

Import Scrivener Template

Can you Import a Scrivener Template That was Created in Windows Version Into the Mac? Import Scrivener template made in Windows into Scrivener for Mac? Short answer, yes! Watch this video: How to Import a Windows Made Scrivener Template into Scrivener for Mac For a long time, I didn’t realize that I could […]

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iClever Portable Keyboard Review

iClever Keyboard Review

iClever Keyboard Review geared for writers using Scrivener iOS on mobile devices. I use it on my iPhone, so that’s what I show in the video. iClever Keyboard Review   I love Scrivener iOS. I use it on my iPhone, but tapping away on the phone’s screen with those tiny keys was a […]

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2017 Writing Goals

2017 Goal Setting

2017 Goal Setting for my writing and publishing goals is pretty straight forward: I need to publish more books in 2017 than I have published between 2013 and 2016. 2017 Goal Setting: Publish or Perish From Wikipedia: “Publish or perish” is a phrase coined to describe the pressure in academia to rapidly and […]

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Meet the Thriller Author Guests

Author Interviews

Author interviews, I love them. I find them informative, inspiring, and motivating (as a writer). I also love podcasts, and I found that most of the author interview podcast catered more towards the marketing/business end of being an author. So last year (2015), I decided to start my own author interview podcast. Since […]

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Daily Word Count Tracker Spreadsheet

Daily Word Count Tracker

Daily Word Count Tracker basic spreadsheet that you can download for free. Tracking your daily word count is a true and tried method that is used by a lot of  successful writers.It keeps them focused and on track of their writing goals. My goal for 2017 is to publish at least four novels, so to […]

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Editing

Book Typos

Book typos (grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and plain old typos) are inevitable no matter how thoroughly your manuscript has been edited and proofread; errors and typos will get through! As indie self-published writers, we get a bad rap about this issue, but every single indie author that I know goes to great length and […]

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Copyright Seal

How to Copyright a Book

The Nuances of How to Copyright a Book How to copyright a book? It’s a question I’ve hemmed and hawed about since I first published. I thought it was complicated, messy, and expensive thing to do and that it really didn’t add any additional copyright protection, but boy, was I wrong on all […]

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WIP Progress Bar

Author Work in Progress Bar

You’ve probably seen them on author’s websites, progress bars (or progress meters) that track that writer’s current writing project. It’s a fun way to keep your readers/fans engaged even when you’re busy writing. The progress bar tracks the word or page count of that writer’s “Work in Progress (WIP)”. When I wanted to […]

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Text Expander Review

I just ordered a cool new tool called Text Expander and I’m loving it, so I created a quick video of it in action (see video above for a short textexpander review). I use to create macros all the time, but I haven’t used them in years since they’re a pain to create, […]

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Transferring Files From Neo 2 Into Scrivener

Send to Kindle  I’ve been using the NEO 2 Alphasmart word processor lately to write without distractions from the Internet or checking emails etc. I was worried that a stripped down basic word processor like the NEO 2 wouldn’t work well with my iMac computer and the Scrivener writing software that I use to write […]

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