Scrivener for NaNoWriMo

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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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