Scrivener for NaNo Q&A

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What you'll learn:

Watch a step-by-step walkthrough of how to set up a project in Scrivener

Learn how to structure a NaNoWriMo project in Scrivener

Review how to successfully compile and export your manuscript

Discover advanced tips and tricks to help you take your project management to the next level.

About Mary

I have it on rather good authority that I was indeed born and did not, as some claim, suddenly appear to a fanfare of angelical giggles. Anything after that is all up for grabs.

I am your typical bass playing, historical reenactor, computer geek, science nerd, artist-type, which is to say, not very typical at all. Rather than wishing I was born in another era, I’ve been determined to live in every era and every moment I can, and, having worked on filling up my life with hobbies and crafts and odd skills there was only one thing to do with them: write.

I wrote my first song when I was 5, and I think I’ve managed to hide all traces and recorded versions of it to prevent blackmail attempts from stopping me from writing more (albeit better) songs. I wrote my first bit of fiction at the tender age of seven and have been writing ever since.

Being a jack of all trades and master of none, there were only two jobs I qualified for: Software Developer and Writer. Having never met a decision I didn’t like, I decided to do both. I develop software to keep my mind sharp (and it’s a great excuse for learning) and to keep bread on the table, I write because… I can’t not write, and it puts the flowers on the table (and the time-matter transducer, and the murder weapon, and the chem set for discovering who the murderer is).

I live in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia with my husband and dog, where I serve as a Deputy Sheriff’s Reserve and of course, write. The rest is anybody’s guess.

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I have it on rather good authority that I was indeed born and did not, as some claim, suddenly appear to a fanfare of angelical giggles. Anything after that is all up for grabs.

I am your typical bass playing, historical reenactor, computer geek, science nerd, artist-type, which is to say, not very typical at all. Rather than wishing I was born in another era, I’ve been determined to live in every era and every moment I can, and, having worked on filling up my life with hobbies and crafts and odd skills there was only one thing to do with them: write.

I wrote my first song when I was 5, and I think I’ve managed to hide all traces and recorded versions of it to prevent blackmail attempts from stopping me from writing more (albeit better) songs. I wrote my first bit of fiction at the tender age of seven and have been writing ever since.

Being a jack of all trades and master of none, there were only two jobs I qualified for: Software Developer and Writer. Having never met a decision I didn’t like, I decided to do both. I develop software to keep my mind sharp (and it’s a great excuse for learning) and to keep bread on the table, I write because… I can’t not write, and it puts the flowers on the table (and the time-matter transducer, and the murder weapon, and the chem set for discovering who the murderer is).

I live in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia with my husband and dog, where I serve as a Deputy Sheriff’s Reserve and of course, write. The rest is anybody’s guess.

I have it on rather good authority that I was indeed born and did not, as some claim, suddenly appear to a fanfare of angelical giggles. Anything after that is all up for grabs.

I am your typical bass playing, historical reenactor, computer geek, science nerd, artist-type, which is to say, not very typical at all. Rather than wishing I was born in another era, I’ve been determined to live in every era and every moment I can, and, having worked on filling up my life with hobbies and crafts and odd skills there was only one thing to do with them: write.

I wrote my first song when I was 5, and I think I’ve managed to hide all traces and recorded versions of it to prevent blackmail attempts from stopping me from writing more (albeit better) songs. I wrote my first bit of fiction at the tender age of seven and have been writing ever since.

Being a jack of all trades and master of none, there were only two jobs I qualified for: Software Developer and Writer. Having never met a decision I didn’t like, I decided to do both. I develop software to keep my mind sharp (and it’s a great excuse for learning) and to keep bread on the table, I write because… I can’t not write, and it puts the flowers on the table (and the time-matter transducer, and the murder weapon, and the chem set for discovering who the murderer is).

I live in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia with my husband and dog, where I serve as a Deputy Sheriff’s Reserve and of course, write. The rest is anybody’s guess.

I have it on rather good authority that I was indeed born and did not, as some claim, suddenly appear to a fanfare of angelical giggles. Anything after that is all up for grabs.

I am your typical bass playing, historical reenactor, computer geek, science nerd, artist-type, which is to say, not very typical at all. Rather than wishing I was born in another era, I’ve been determined to live in every era and every moment I can, and, having worked on filling up my life with hobbies and crafts and odd skills there was only one thing to do with them: write.

I wrote my first song when I was 5, and I think I’ve managed to hide all traces and recorded versions of it to prevent blackmail attempts from stopping me from writing more (albeit better) songs. I wrote my first bit of fiction at the tender age of seven and have been writing ever since.

Being a jack of all trades and master of none, there were only two jobs I qualified for: Software Developer and Writer. Having never met a decision I didn’t like, I decided to do both. I develop software to keep my mind sharp (and it’s a great excuse for learning) and to keep bread on the table, I write because… I can’t not write, and it puts the flowers on the table (and the time-matter transducer, and the murder weapon, and the chem set for discovering who the murderer is).

I live in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia with my husband and dog, where I serve as a Deputy Sheriff’s Reserve and of course, write. The rest is anybody’s guess.

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