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Last Chance to Sign Up for Free Webinar: Learn Scrivener Fast!

Today is the last day to sign up for the FREE webinar Learn Scrivener Fast: How to Use Scrivener to Effortlessly Write, Organize, and Export Your Book Into Various Formats for Printing, Editing, and Publishing.” This 60-minute presentation, hosted by me and presented by Scrivener Coach Joseph Michael, will be live online today on August 4, 2016, at 4 PM EDT (although if you can’t make it live, you can still listen to the replay and access all the bonus goodies if you register!).

Free Scrivener Webinar K.M. Weiland Joseph Michael

This Webinar Will Show You…

  • How to master the art of the rewrite and save every single version of your work (so you never worry about losing your “writing gold” again).
  • How to set up Scrivener for your success: learn how to get things set up quickly, and virtually guarantee your success with using it.
  • How to navigate that complicated Scrivener window so you know what you need to use and when you need to use it (and forget about what you don’t so you don’t waste time).
  • How to customize your toolbar and turn yourself into a writing machine…whether you have a million ideas, or just one.
  • How to use the Outliner to organize massive projects, complete them, and feel completely in control of your writing process.
  • How you can print, compile, share, and export your work with anyone so no one misses out on reading your work.
  • And much much more!

But don’t forget that attendance will be limited at the webinar, so sign up while you still can to reserve your spot.



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About K.M. Weiland | @KMWeiland

K.M. Weiland is the award-winning and internationally-published author of the acclaimed writing guides Outlining Your Novel, Structuring Your Novel, and Creating Character Arcs. A native of western Nebraska, she writes historical and fantasy novels and mentors authors on her award-winning website Helping Writers Become Authors.


  1. CM Friesen says

    This was a lot of fun. I learned quite a few things, even though I’ve use Scrivener a lot already. Friggin’ finally managed to buy it.
    I solved my sub scene organization problem, by the way. I’m not sure I’ll be able to, but I’m going to try to get that Learn Scrivener Fast course. I’m sick of my constant tripping over the program standing in the way of my writing.

  2. I signed up after I saw this post, though probably after the live event, I was hoping to be able to watch the recorded session later on. Watched my inbox for a link and nothing showed up.

    I hope I’m not reaping what I’ve sown (blunt comments on recent post about importance of story in today’s world = shut out in the cold)

    The more I get into outlining and developing story threads… the more I’m looking to an efficient tool to keep it all organized.

    • K.M. Weiland | @KMWeiland says

      So sorry you had trouble signing up. I know the site Jose uses to collect the registrations was down for a while yesterday, so that might have been the problem. At any rate, the replay is now up and will be available through Monday night:

      • Thank you for the link and sorry to hear of the technical issues… (though greatly relieved)

        I’ve ‘attended’ in prior years and found it had been informative but since I was only wrestling with a concept, really couldn’t see how the program would help. Now that I’m outlining and have so many things to keep straight, like threading a loom with many warp threads… hoping to see if the program (and how to use it) can help so I don’t end up with a tangled mess part way through weaving…

        • K.M. Weiland | @KMWeiland says

          Yes, it’s definitely handy when you have the program, so you can immediately implement Joe’s suggestions. Makes it much easier to remember how things work too!

  3. Ingrid B. says

    Thank yous to both you and Joseph Michael for helping make this available!
    I’m loving Scrivener so far, and have found it not nearly as hard to get up and going as I thought it would be initially…but I also KNOW that I’ve not even gotten past the tip of this huge iceberg’s potential.
    This tutorial was a big help for me, even the basic stuff covered. I ended up having to catch the replay and would like to let you know I very much appreciated having the ability to access the tutorial this way as well. Thanks again!

    • K.M. Weiland | @KMWeiland says

      Excellent! So glad you found it useful. Joe is really great at distilling important information and packing it into a short time period.

  4. Thanks for putting this webinar on! I had dismissed Scrivener because of all the ugly screenshots I’d seen online, particularly of the cork-board feature. But the webinar completely changed my mind. I have set up my novel on the free trial and I’m loving it… especially now I’ve changed the cork-board background. 🙂

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