Learn How to Use Scrivener: Free Webinar With Joseph Michael

Learn How to Use Scrivener: Free Webinar With Joseph Michael

Ever considered using Scrivener to organize your writing? Or maybe you’ve tried the tool, but want to learn to better use all its bells and whistles?

We’re here to help! We’ve asked Joseph Michael, also known as the Scrivener Coach, to teach The Write Life community how to use Scrivener to get the most out of every writing session.

He agreed to partner with us on a webinar called, How to Use Scrivener to Effortlessly Write, Organize & Export Your Book Into Various Formats for Printing, Editing, Publishing & More.

Yes, you can really do all of that and more with this writing tool! And Joseph is going to show us how.

How to sign up for our free Scrivener webinar

When: 8 p.m. EDT on Thursday, June 18th

Cost: Free

How to register: Click here

There’s only one catch: seats fill up quickly for this type of free training, and there are a limited number of seats available on the live chat. That means if you want in, you should sign up now!

What you’ll learn during this webinar

Here’s what Joseph will share with us during this free training:

  • How to set up Scrivener quickly, so you can get a lot out of the tool
  • Tips for navigating that complicated Scrivener window so you know what you need to use and when you should use it (and what to forget about so you don’t waste time)
  • The best way to customize your toolbar and turn yourself into a writing machine… whether you have a million ideas or just one.
  • How to master the Scrivener corkboard, so you can turn it into your own writing lab and never lose track of anything, forget your notes or lose your spot
  • When to use the outliner to organize massive projects, complete them, and feel completely in control of your writing process
  • How to master the art of the rewrite and save every version of your work, so you never have to worry again about losing your drafts
  • The easiest ways to print, compile, share and export your work
  • And much more!

A bonus for attending the webinar

This is a free training, no strings attached.

As a thank you for attending, Joseph will offer a bonus at the end of his presentation: a 20 percent discount on his course, Learn Scrivener Fast. You’re under no obligation to buy, but the offer is there if it’s a good fit for you!

And as an additional bonus, if you do purchase his Master or Ninja Package, we’ll also send you a free copy of The Write Life’s new ebook, 71 Ways to Make Money as a Freelance Writer, which retails for $19.

We hope you join us for this special live event! Click here to save your spot. See you there!

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  • Trish says:

    I registered for the webinar, but was never sent a link to it. Very disappointing, as I had made my plans around it.

    Thanks (I guess) for the free “ebook.” Let me ask: Are the standards for what counts as an “ebook” now radically different from what counts as a “book”? I realize it was free, so I don’t have any right to complain, but I was just surprised to find that it was 31 pages of mostly clip art. Again, not complaining, but genuinely curious: I’d just like to know, is this standard for a book that is sold only in ebook format, with no physical edition? (I would have called it an “ebooklet.”) In today’s market, would people really have paid $19 for it (the supposed cover price)? If so, this would be very helpful for me to know! I work with many self-published authors, and if this is now the standard, they could be publishing a whole lot more ebooks in a whole lot less time.

  • Hi,
    I have signed up for the webinar and am looking forward to it. But since I live in Europe, I’d have to take part at 2 a.m. And since that’s not going to happen, can I assume we will be sent a link for catching up on it afterwards? Or where will I find it?


  • Pimion says:

    Yeah, I love Scrinever. It pulls all the things needed for a complete writing project.

  • Scrivener is pretty cool software if you’re starting a project from scratch. I tried bringing in a novel that was fined (well, as “finished” as a first draft could be) and it was way too hard.

    Now that I say that out loud, maybe this webinar would be a good idea.

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