You have time to do anything, but you don’t have time to do everything.
The number one excuse for not doing something, achieving something, or completing something is always I don’t have time.
For this review, I’m assuming you’re familiar with the desktop version of Scrivener. If not, check out my original Scrivener review.
Scrivenites have begged and pleaded for years. Give us a mobile app!
Well, the Literature and Latte powers that be have finally answered our prayers. Scrivener for iOS is here, and it’s exactly what you’d expect. Honestly, this is less of a review than it is an inside the app. Because there isn’t a lot to say about the functionality of the app I haven’t already talked about.
With that said, here are some screenshots to give you an idea of what we’re dealing with.
At the most recent Knoxville Writers’ Guild meeting, I had the pleasure of hearing screenwriter Lisa Soland speak about “What the Playwright Can Teach the Writer.” Lisa is fantastic, and I learned a lot from her. She had good tips—about writing and about life. One idea that stuck with me, though, came during her discussion of conveying meaning without explicitly saying the thing.
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