Are you still typing away on an old typewriter? Hopefully you are beyond that and onto the latest and greatest. Electronic publishing has revolutionized the writing world. Many of us who have published an e-book on Kindle and Smashwords needed help with formatting. Writers are writers and really don’t want to take the time away from creating to learn all these detailed new applications. However, things have suddenly become easier if you use Scrivener as your primary writing software.

If you have graduated to the latest technology and are making fantastic progress on your latest manuscript, based on confirmed users of Scrivener, your writing, organization of characters, names, scenes and timelines in your novels will advance with lightening speed.

The long URL below will take you to TheBookDesigner: How to Publish Your eBook from Word to Kindle in under Ten Minutes.


I have subscribed to The Book Designer blog for a long time. The articles are current, helpful and include contributions from many authors.This particular piece is very timely for many writers in this area as it uses Scrivener, a powerful writing software tool. Dennis Foley has been using Scrivener and after all his books, writing for television and teaching, he says he can’t work without it. As a result, he is sharing his skills regarding his utilization with us at a two day evening class at Flathead Community College, Monday and Wednesday, February 11 and 13th 6-8 pm. I have already registered.

Look up Scrivener at www.literatureandlatte.com and become familiarized for free. If you like it, $40 will get your copy from cyberspace and you will be off and writing with amazing speed.

Hope to see you at the class.

About bettykuffel

Author and retired medical doctor with broad interests in writing, flying, photography and outdoor life. She has Indie published 7 books, fiction & non-fiction, all available on Amazon. Writing projects include: multiple books of fiction: a medical thriller series, a psychological thriller set in 1960 co-authored with her sister Bev, and others in process. Dr. Kuffel lives in MT with husband Tom, two dogs and neighborhood deer.
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