How to create a table of contents in Scrivener

In this blog post I share an easy way to create a clickable table of contents in Scrivener. I got so excited when I learned how to do this. I make sure to have a clickable table of contents because it makes it easier to go through the manuscript for an edit. It is alsoContinue reading “How to create a table of contents in Scrivener”

Goal Setting for NaNoWriMo Camp July

In this post, I share two videos on how to set up target goals in the writing software Scrivener and Novlr + I share a free printable made for camp where I can break down my overall goal. Forgotten goals I open up my Scrivener document to prepare for NaNoWriMo Camp. I want to typeContinue reading “Goal Setting for NaNoWriMo Camp July”

Map it out April | Write from Home

A home practice for writing This April I share some earlier blog posts sorted under 3 different writing-related categories. This is how I hope to offer some together apart inspiration during these stay at home times. Each blog post is filled with multiple ideas for cultivating a home practice for writing. 1 | Stay atContinue reading “Map it out April | Write from Home”

3 Ways to use Visual Cues in Scrivener

If you want to give it a try I created this video on how to change Icons and emojis in Scrivener. For example, according to the genre you are writing in. For me, at the moment that is a thriller

Trying out a New Writing Software

(This is not an affiliate post I just like finding new stuff to try out. ) It can be the greatest way to procrastinate but it can also work as pure inspiration to check out a new writing app. So decide what you are up for now before reading on. I joined my first NaNoWriMoContinue reading “Trying out a New Writing Software”