I use Scrivener for *all* my writing. At any given time I’ll have projects syncing in Dropbox which hold my weekly sermons, my blog posts for the current year, and whatever novels on which I happen to be working. Scrivener is a *dream*, and my iPad Pro is my writing tool of choice.
I’m a pastor, and yet I am also filled with great anxiety when I’m praying as part of a group, “prayer circles” in particular.
After two and a half years of doing “Fiction Tuesday” it feels odd to not be posting part of a novel on this day of the week! To help balance out how odd this feels I wanted to give an update on the projects I’ve got underway.
The season of Advent is almost upon us, which always brings one of my favorite hymns to mind, “O Come, O Come Emmanuel.”
I’ve been mapping out my sequel to In the Land of the Penny Gnomes for the past several weeks, but yesterday I came up with another project which will incorporate short-form fiction 1 – A Lenten devotional. My idea is to write one short piece of fiction, probably under 1000 words 2 for each week…
Yesterday I experimented with carrying Scrivener 3 styles through to a compiled document. What I wanted to explore was how to apply certain styles to a document title, depending on which level it was set in my Project Binder.