FREE Writing Workshop: Scrivener From Zero to 60 in 90 Minutes

Tuesday, August 26,2014

Scrivener From Zero to 60 in 90 Minutes

Date/Time/Place: 6 pm – 8:45 pm. in Room 107, lower level of Worship Center.

Location: Woodmen Valley Chapel, lower level of Worship Center, Building 250, Room 107

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You asked for it again! Get up and running and writing with Scrivener

Scrivener software, an increasingly popular tool for writers is a powerful word processor and project management tool to helps writers get organized. From first draft to publishing on Kindle, learn how to maximize Scrivener’s best features. This workshop will familiarize you with Scrivener, and walk you step-by-step to start you writing on your manuscript the same day. You’ll learn to how to

  • navigate the software
  • import your manuscript and every scrap of research
  • take advantage of Scrivener’s most helpful features.

Picture book writers: Scrivener is for you, too! Special tips included. Bring your computer with Scrivener already downloaded (you can try it free for 30 days). Download your free trial version

Speaker: Debbie Maxwell Allen writes young adult fiction in the Rocky Mountains—with Scrivener, of course! Her fiction has been a finalist in the Pikes Peak Writers Zebulon Contest four times. When not writing, she keeps tabs on her husband and four children—three of which are in college, and works as a project manager for Good Catch Publishing. You can catch her blog of resources for writers at

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Posted on August 25, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Just saw this late last night. I downloaded and I’m coming! Is it free…didn’t say so I kind of assume so : )

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