Tag Archives: Scrivener

What Platform Do You Write On?

I am nearing the completion of a novel in a new series and my desktop computer crashed (not to worry, I worked in hi-tech for more than thirty years and I leave nothing of any importance on a hard drive) … Continue reading

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I LOVE Scrivener

Hi. Barb here. Back in August, 2011, Paul Doiron wrote a post here about the tools he used in his writing. He said he’d written his last two books with Scrivener and that he loved it. I’d heard good things … Continue reading

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Beyond For Better or For Worse, But NOT for Lunch . . .

Hi, it’s Kate Flora here, musing on a topic of great concern to me, and perhaps to some of you, as we celebrate another summer. It’s all about how our favorite summer clothes have morphed into mysteriously tiny garments while … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Electronic Toolbox

Paul Doiron here— One question every novelist seems to get asked is: “Do you use a computer or write longhand?” I would like to answer that I scratch out my game warden mysteries on birchbark using a porcupine quill dipped … Continue reading

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