I used Scrivener to assemble the anthology, and Ia€™d like to talk briefly about that process, and how I went about adding a few finishing touches.
Gather together the pieces that will go into your anthology: perhaps theya€™re essays like mine, or short stories, poems, vignettes, diary entries, blog articles, or something else. Read it again, closely, in groups of a few paragraphs (or a stanza, or whatever) at a time. I made a folder for each piece, then put the content of that piece in a text document within the folder.
The next major task, and second only in importance to the editing process, is to decide on an order for the anthologised works. It may be tempting to just include the pieces in chronological order of creation, and maybe thata€™ll work for you. If your best piece is rated ten out of ten, you should only be including stuff in the eight to ten range; drop everything else. The ebb and flow of pieces in a collection isna€™t something to trust to arbitrary factors like the order of original creation (unless therea€™s an inherent chronological narrative element, as with a set of diary entries, of course).
I find Scrivenera€™s default formatting perfectly serviceable for my needs, so very few tweaks were necessary. The best tip I can give you is that, when you select a Section Type, the Binder on the left side of your project window will automatically highlight those sections using a yellow background. The a€?Text separatora€? option clearly applies to the boundary between each essay and its authora€™s notes. You can set a cover image for your book in the Compile Settings for mobi (Kindle) and ePub (iBooks etc) formats, but PDF versions dona€™t automatically get a cover image. Just add a text document called a€?Covera€™ to the Front Matter subfolder for your chosen export format (presumably ebook), and make sure it comes first in the list.
When youa€™re compiling your PDF, just check the Include checkbox for the Cover file, and ita€™ll become the first page of your PDF book.


You should uncheck that checkbox when compiling Kindle or iBooks versions, because they will automatically be given the cover you specify in the Compile Settings sheet. A Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a short description of where you've worked, where you went to school and your skills and qualifications. Holding on too long is just a fear of letting go, because not every thing that goes around comes back around, you know.
The album will feature songs from their recent releases, EP-1, EP-2 and EP-3 and was produced by Gil Norton, who was also behind the boards for Doolittle, Bossanova, and Trompe Le Monde. RECORDS are compiling their first album of various artists, you will be able to hear new material from their current roster artists as well giving the opportunity for new well crafted producers to feature their music on this official release.
Overused phrases, excessive adverbs, fussy speech-attribution, fatiguing paragraphs, complex sentencesa€¦ just fix whata€™s wrong. This has the nice side-effect of automatically giving you a sensible table of contents, copyright and dedication pages, and reasonable default formatting.
In each case, I also added a file of authora€™s notes to be appended to the piece itself, giving some extra insight and context. Given the previously described chapter setup, ita€™s a simple matter of using Scrivenera€™s index card view to shuffle the pieces around. Maybe you want to reinforce a mood over several pieces, or perhaps you want to jar the reader and challenge them with juxtaposed pieces of very different tones. I like to set reading material in Georgia, with a decent line-spacing, for maximum readability.
I created the necessary graphics in Photoshop (theya€™re both part of the default shape library), and exported them as PNG files. To use images as separators, you just specify the appropriate image in the Separators section of the Compile Settings.
You probably want the first page of your PDF to be the cover image, and thata€™s easy to do.


It includes revised and updated versions of each piece, with new authora€™s notes after each one, plus an exclusive extra essay written especially for the collection.
These references should be credible and a reliable source of truthful information regarding your work ethics and credibility.
Emphasise certain skills more than others, or highlight particular experiences more than others for a particular job application. The cover letter should be three to four paragraphs long, and highlight your suitability for the job.
With collections of short pieces, I very much enjoy hearing the authora€™s own thoughts after each one. For those few pieces you wouldna€™t count as your very best, make sure theya€™re distributed through the collection. You can readily do that in Scrivenera€™s Compile Settings sheet, in the Formatting section.
To preserve the alignment, make sure the relevant text document is set to compile a€?as isa€?, in the Inspector. Ita€™s around 90 - 100 pages long, and you can read it either on a Kindle, or in the free Kindle app on your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad or other device.
Always check-in with these references before your interview to make sure that their contact details are still valid and that they are still available to stand as a reference for you.



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