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Scrivener Tutorial Mac: How To Compile Your Kindle eBook for Export [aka Scrivener Simplified]

James Burchill, Bestselling Author & Instructor

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25 Videos (2h 12m)
    • How To Compile Your eBook for Export Publishing Overview

      6:58
    • Navigating the interface

      7:39
    • Files or folders

      7:26
    • Importing content

      5:55
    • Splitting long content

      2:55
    • WTF is compiling?

      4:03
    • Compile contents

      4:26
    • Compile separators

      4:04
    • Compile cover image

      2:22
    • Compile formatting

      6:44
    • Compile title adjustments

      1:58
    • Compile layout

      2:15
    • Compile transformations

      3:51
    • Compile html settings

      1:09
    • Compile replacements

      0:48
    • Compile stats and tables

      1:56
    • Compile Footnotes n Metadata

      2:29
    • Compile actually doing it

      5:29
    • Compile PDF edition

      5:03
    • Compile Kindle

      5:47
    • Adding images

      5:33
    • Front Matter Plus

      8:06
    • More complex ebooks

      11:25
    • Amazon bestseller and using mind maps

      15:09
    • How to install the Kindle Generator

      8:08

About This Class

"Scrivener is the professional authors choice"

If you're looking to create your next (or first) eBook quickly and easily then you need Scrivener Simplified to show you how to compile and publish your ebook in a variety of formats including Kindle, ePub and more.

*TIP* Success with Scrivener is a matter of knowing what to ignore!

Your Training Includes:

  • Videos of me creating an actual ebook before your eyes (No theory here!)
  • Sample content (20 articles) used in the demonstrations
  • A sample kindle cover for reference
  • The finished ebook(s) for your review in epub, mobi and pdf formats
  • The actual scrivener file (.scriv) I use in the course so you can simply start
  • Other bonuses including my never before shared "best seller" mindmap

When you ENROL IN THIS COURSE I show you how to ignore most of the overwhelming features so you can focus your time and create your eBooks quickly and easily ... in fact, you'll be able to create your next (or first) eBook in about an hour once you've studied this course... and before you think "Bogus!" let me explain how and why it's true.

Ignoring Most of the Features

Because most of what Scrivener offers is advanced manuscript mojo (that's the technical stuff that's cool for manuscripts ... but not key or critical to the job of creating your eBook.)

Like most software today, we only really need about 10% of it to achieve our objectives which is why, when I bought Scrivener in the summer of 2014, I was able to very quickly create eBook after eBook. I created and published 4 Kindle eBooks in very quick succession on Amazon and 3 of them went BEST SELLER too! (A nice bonus for sure.)

Speaking of BONUSES ...

I'm including my personal Best-Seller eBook MIND MAP that shows how I approach the design and development of my Kindle eBooks. This is the same formula I used to create 3 back-to-back best-selling books in 2014. It's yours as part of this course ... my gift to you because I know you really want to get your eBook done quickly and efficiently and with this course and the bonus material you'll be able to create your eBook in about an hour.

So, don't wait another minute ENROL TODAY ... because tomorrow you could be on your way to a best-seller.

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James Burchill

Bestselling Author & Instructor

Quickly Simplifying Complexity

Hi, my name is James and I'm a fan of productivity and streamlining. I've been working in the technology and business world for more than a quarter of a century and during that time I've learned something very important about technology (hardware or software) and that's this ...

About 80-90% of what your "tech" can do isn't necessary for what you need to get done!

Put another way, most technology has a steep learning curve to...

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