Good info on how to use Scrivener.
Sign up for Gwen Hernandez's Scrivener online course here.
You can get a 30 day free trial at literatureandlatte.com
Here are some places you might want to add to your list of writer's resources:
Need help after you have finished your manuscript? Check out: Potterton House Author Services
Society of Childrens's Book Writers and Illustrators, Montana Chapter http://montana.scbwi.org/
Here's Leslie Budewitz's Blog
The very best source of all things eBook publishing can be found at Aof F member Suzanne Parrott's site. Find help with formatting, epublishing, Do-It-Yourself help, great podcasts chocked with great advice and layout and desgin help: Unruly Guides
Larry Brooks' site: StoryFix
A great writer's group. Sisters in Crime
Excellent script and book formatting utility for Microsoft Word users. ScriptWizard
Need to find a book? Bookfinder.
The monster list: These are Writer's Digest's latest 101 Best Sites for Writers.
Writers's Digest 101
Rhetorical Devices: Can't remember the difference between a metaphor and a simile? Get help here.
Copyright Basics: Head to the US Copyright Office.
Proofreading marks: Every writer needs to master these marginal notations and abbreviations.
Terms and definitions: If the above doesn't help, try this site.
Writers Guild of America: The absolute source of all things for screenwriters. You can register your screenplays there.
Authors Guild of America: For novelists, non-fiction authors; advice on publishing. Once you have a book contract in hand you can join.
Writing Books: Want a source of books on writing?
Software: Best source of outlining software for writers.:
Critiquing: Some advice on helping other writers.
Internet Writer's Workshop
Judy Guralchuk recommends Author/Editor Sigrid Macdonald. Her address is "sigridmac at sign rogers.com."
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