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How to use Scrivener to Write and Convert an Ebook or Print Book

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Published on May 1, 2013

Get a free 30-day Scrivener trial at: http://bit.ly/scriv30. Here's a quick walk-through of Scrivener showing you how easy it is to keep your novel, non-fiction book or other writing organized during the writing process - and how easy it is to export / compile for print or ebook distribution.

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If you've ever wanted to write faster and in a more organzied way - take a look at Scrivener. Never heard of it? It's a nifty piece of writing software for Windows and Mac.

One of the reasons my little ebook empire is growing is that Scrivener is a *major* time-saver - meaning I can write books faster, without spending hours of frustration trying to keep my work organized and then getting the formatting correct when I'm ready to add my book to Amazon / Kindle / CreateSpace, etc.

With Scrivener, you can write in the most comfortable way for you and then export to multiple formats without having to go back through your manuscript changing headings, margins and all that time-consuming stuff.

Use the links below to grab a 30-day trial, no cc needed and it's 30 days of actual usage - ideal if you don't write every day.

Scrivener for Windows:
http://bit.ly/scriv30

Scrivener for Mac
http://bit.ly/scriv30mac

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