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Which Scrivener Features Do You Really Need?

“I recently started a Scrivener Q&A column for my newsletter subscribers. One reader, Avril, asked how to determine which features you really need and which ones are distractions. For example, s…”

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The Library 100

The top 100 novels of all time found in libraries around the world, as found in OCLC’s WorldCat database.

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How Fiction Becomes Fact on Social Media – The New York Times

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VIDEO VAULT | Southern Nevada displayed in fiction in new exhibit at UNLV’s Lied Library | KSNV

The Video Vault is usually a place to set the facts straight about people, places, and incidents in Southern Nevada’s past. But our area is also the subject of a lot of fiction. It’s the subject of a new exhibit at UNLV’s Lied Library.Many of the works her . . .

See also: https://www.library.unlv.edu/newsblog/2017/02/writers-imagine-las-vegas-our-city-fiction-exhibit.html

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Review: Stephen King’s ‘Bazaar of Bad Dreams’ pulls us in and then out – LA Times

Portrait of Stephen King. (Joy Saavedra / For The Times)
Portrait of Stephen King. (Joy Saavedra / For The Times)

Stephen King , I’ve come to think, is at his most adept when writing in the midlength range. His big novels — “The Stand,” “It,” “11/22/63” — have always felt a little baggy to me, while his shortest work (he has published more than 200 stories, gathered in a number of collections) can feel sketchy, more idea than nuanced narrative.

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