Scrivener

The Reverend Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener, LL.D. (September 29, 1813, Bermondsey, Surrey – October 30, 1891, Hendon, Middlesex) was an important text critic of the New Testament and a member of the English New Testament Revision Committee which produced the Revised Version of the Bible. He was prebendary of Exeter, and vicar of Hendon.Graduating from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1835 after studying at Southwark, he became a teacher of classics at a number of schools in southern England, and from 1846 to 1856 was headmaster of a school in Falmouth, Cornwall. He was also for 15 years rector of Gerrans, Cornwall.
Posts about Scrivener
  • Getting Stuck, Unstuck and Taking Your Turn

    … creative I’m embraced the challenge. I took to the keyboard. I bleed on the keys… and other the course of next four months, my soul drained in Scrivener, my great project was ready for physical manifestation to begin production. Feeling satisfied, I took a two week break from creating over the Christmas/New Years holiday to recharge. I felt due…

    Ryan Hanley/ Content Warfare Blog- 15 readers -
  • 9 Tools and Apps I’ll Use More Than Any Others in 2015

    … from it. A lot of you have been asking for a set of sharing buttons similar to mine at the side and bottom of my posts. Well – SumoMe’s Share feature can do that for you, but not only that, it looks super sweet on mobile too. Check it out: There’s also an image sharer function, list building tools, a heat map tool, contact forms, a “smart bar…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 33 readers -
  • Almost Travel Blogging: How to Be Safe and Profitable on the Road

    … keep a notebook on me during long wanders, etc. Essentially a process for maximizing the productivity around writing despite leading a not-so-normal life. Tools like Scrivener, Evernote, and a Moleskine Notebook are all my go-tos for getting this done. This is also really about knowing your business. Everyone’s is different and that means you…

    Blog Tyrantin Facebook How To's- 6 readers -
  • Writing Journal 69: Favorite Content Creation Tools

    My writing journal for Monday, October 20, 2014. You can find all the writing journal entries here. As usual, I started the day writing fiction. The mystery novel is still steaming along. Happy days; 2,300 words. Then nonfiction, working on the two business books: 1,800. Next, Honey’s breakfast. Over the past few days, the weather’s been cooler, so her arthritis is bothering her.

    Angela Booth/ Angela Booth's Creativity Factory- 5 readers -
  • Tips and Tools for a Productive Blogging Workflow

    …-changing variety of news reading programs (just because every aggregator has a different collection). Once I find something interesting, I either save and tag it in Pocket or, if I’m at my desk, add links and notes to Scrivener. (You’ll be hearing about Scrivener a lot in this post.) Step 2: Outlining I find it’s best to have an idea of the post…

    Sharon Hurley Hall/ Basic Blog Tipsin Social SEO Google- 9 readers -
  • Is the Art of Writing Dying?

    … on Amazon. That wasn’t all! The key steps included: The big idea – Title to the book, which encapsulates the big idea. The contents – In other words the chapter headings. Design – This includes the cover, the internal design Formatting – Taking the book contents from a Word format to Mobi for Amazon, ePub for Apple ibooks or PDF format…

    Jeff Bullas/ Jeffbullas's Blogin Social Facebook Twitter Blogging YouTube- 9 readers -
  • Writing Journal 27: Use Scrivener for Everything

    … later today, or perhaps tonight. Then on to the client’s nonfiction book. I did a rough edit of several chapters, and compiled them to PDF, so that I could send them to him. Scrivener makes it easy to send out as little or as much as you like of any project. A couple of students have asked me about ghostwriting with Scrivener, so let’s chat…

    Angela Booth/ Angela Booth's Creativity Factory- 6 readers -
  • Writing Journal 18: Scrivener and Blogging

    … scene, then went back to writing the next scene I’d outlined. Usually, I’d wait to fill in scenes until I finished the first draft. Whatever works. :-) Speaking of drafts. Second drafts in Scrivener Nicole Crail asked about “version control” of drafts in the Scrivener Community on Google+. You don’t need to use versions when you use Scrivener…

    Angela Booth/ Angela Booth's Creativity Factory- 8 readers -
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