This course is ideal for: Anyone who wants to master the industry standard software tool for writers
Step-by step videos on how to use Scrivener
Tips on writing your novel faster and more efficiently
Demonstrations with an actual manuscript
2 Hours to Scrivener Power with Natasha Lester
“I found the convenience and flexibility of learning at my own pace very enjoyable.
Before enrolling in this course I attempted to use Scrivener's tutorial and found it overwhelming.
Don't waste time phaffing about trying to figure out Scrivener on your own. Just do it!”
– Anne Hayes
This updated version of the 2 Hours to Scrivener Power course uses the new Scrivener 3. If you have an older version of Scrivener, we recommend making sure you’ve upgraded to Scrivener 3 before you start this course as many of the menu items are different between versions. Plus, we cover many of Scrivener’s super-useful new features in the course including the threaded corkboard which allows you to keep track of individual story threads, subplots or timeframes; the linguistic focus which helps you overview the kind of language you are using (or overusing!); the centred outliner which helps you build your manuscript up from an outline or create an outline from your manuscript; plus project and document bookmarks which are a new and very handy new way of managing and quickly accessing your research documents and images.
“I'm kicking myself for not doing it sooner! It was fantastic. Although I've used Scrivener for a couple of projects,
I knew I wasn't using it to its full potential. Now, after just two hours, I am blown away
at how many useful features it has, and how it's going to be an absolute game changer for my writing process.
Natasha delivers the course in a manner that is concise and easy to follow. She shows you the basics
and then moves towards more advanced features without overwhelming you with unnecessary detail.”
– Jodi Gibson
– Kirsty Manning, author of The Jade Lily
This is one of AWC’s 20+ “self-paced” online courses. But what does that mean? Allow us to explain:
– Pip Brennan
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