Fancy A Free Copy Of Scrivener For Windows?

NOW CLOSED — The winner was Catie Harrell… Thanks to everyone who entered.

Let’s cut to the chase…

We have a free copy of Scrivener For Windows to giveaway.

All you have to do is scroll down to the bottom and leave a ‘pick me’ comment.

We will then pick one winner at random this coming Monday (14 November).

If you don’t know about Scrivener, then all the bumpf is below…

Details Of Scrivener For Windows

First launched for the Mac in 2007, Scrivener is an award-winning application dedicated to the structuring and composition of long texts such as novels, screenplays, reports, theses and research documents.

Designed especially for creating first drafts of long documents by writers using multiple sources, unlike most word processors and page layout programs, Scrivener’s toolset is dedicated to the creation of content rather than formatting.

Features such as split screen and the ability to import media documents including web pages, images, sound, video and PDF files allow writers to refer to research as they write, without switching between documents or programs.

Meanwhile, Scrivener’s fully integrated corkboard and outliner allow users to plan ahead - or restructure their work after the first draft is finished.

A host of other tools such as statistics and targets and a name generator are also at users’ fingertips.

Once completed, drafts can be printed directly from Scrivener, exported to a variety of common word processor file formats for final formatting and submission, or exported to e-book formats for self publishing.

Scrivener for Windows has been developed in response to requests from writers, academics and professionals seeking a PC-based program with the capabilities of Scrivener for the Mac.

Key features include:

- Edit Multiple Documents

Split your project to create limitless documents in the same draft and edit them separately, or merge them dynamically and edit them as a whole.

- Corkboard

Virtual index cards store a synopsis for every document you create. Storyboard and rearrange your project by moving these around on the corkboard.

- Outline

A fully-featured outliner helps you take control of the structure of your work. Use the outliner to plan first and write later, or write first and use the outliner to make sense of that messy first draft.

- Full Screen Editing

View your text in full screen for distraction-free composition.

- Snapshots

Take a snapshot of a document then edit and rewrite in the confidence that you can restore an earlier revision at any time.

- Collections

Create collections to keep arbitrary lists of documents and research, independent of their regular order. Track documents that need attention or use Saved Search Collections to generate automatically-updated lists of related documents.

- Compile

Assemble your finished draft for printing or exporting to your favourite word processor for final formatting. Export to web or e-book formats for self-publishing. With support for footnotes and comments and the ability to reformat your work during this stage, you can produce submission-ready novel manuscripts and much more.

By Gary Smailes - Co-founder at BubbleCow, helping writers to write, get published and sell more books. Google+ Twitter

267 Comments » for Fancy A Free Copy Of Scrivener For Windows?
  1. liz fenwick says:

    pick me!!

  2. Arief Zainal says:

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  3. Rob Haines says:

    Pick me! :)

  4. Moira Briggs says:

    (Sorry - posted twice …)

  5. Florasea says:

    “Pick me”

  6. David Gray says:

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  7. C Rooney says:

    Pick me! *bouncing around like Donkey*

  8. Nikki Egerton says:

    Pick me! I just downloaded the free trial last night and already I’m in love!

  9. Clare Snow says:

    pick me please

  10. vitike says:

    Pick me, and I’ll use it. I promise.

  11. Gordon_cocoran says:

    I need all the help I can get!

  12. Timbo! says:

    Pick me… up! =D

  13. Sayuj says:

    Pick me! I have grown addicted to the free beta version…

  14. Sarah Meral Herrmann says:

    I love Scrivener :-) . Pick me, for the free copy :-)

  15. Nikki L'Hommedieu says:

    Please enter me:)  Thanks!

  16. Kixie says:

    Pick me!

  17. Sarahjoanster says:

    Friday! Friday ! Gotta pick me this Friday!

  18. Satirah says:

    Pick me! and make my work easy!

  19. Piotr Fiećko says:

    Pick me now!

  20. Emily says:

    I’m using the NaNoWriMo trial version of Scrivener right now and I love it! Please pick me!

  21. Ooh ooh! Pick me pick me! I literally just discovered Scrivener today. I had been idly thinking about getting some kind of software to help with my writing (someone somewhere must have invented something to do what I want, right?) when I saw a conversation on Twitter about Scrivener so I lobbed in and asked. It came highly recommended. I’m one of those writers who responds ‘What’s a process?’ when asked what my process is. The thing is, I could probably do with one. I need something to keep me organised because I never refer to my research notes because a) I don’t put them in a format that is easily accessible and b) I forget where I put them…. I’ve just finished a book. It’s been three years since I started it and I’m finding looking down the barrel of starting the sequel to be very intimidating. Now would be a good time, I’m thinking, to try a new process. Or hey, any process at all. Scrivener would be an awesome part of that process. Wow, that was a lot of words, do I get a bonus entry for copious drivel?

  22. ComradeCharlie says:

    Pick me!

  23. Carl Gustafsson says:

    Pick me! :-)

  24. Jurawks says:

    pick me!

  25. Sandcarver says:

    Pick me please. I have been using Scrivener for Windows since it was released as beta last October. Have been waiting patiently for it to become available for purchase. Thanks and I am really looking forward to your tips.

  26. Shelagh says:

    Pick me please )

  27. xdawnie says:

    Pick me!! 8D 

    Also, come to the dark side, we have cookies.

  28. Martin Bruny says:

    pick me please :-)

  29. Devon Weir says:

    You could always pick me. Doesn’t that sound nice?

  30. Suecowling says:

    I am already writing a book about two thirds through and having tried the Scrivener beta for sometime would love to have a copy to use to complete this project. Thank you and keeping fingers and toes crossed. :)

  31. travors says:

    Pick me please!

  32. Rainer Freynhagen says:

    Pick me!- Liberate me from using MS-Word! :-)

  33. Redtarget says:

    Pick me

  34. Ch says:

    Pick me I need all the help I can get!

  35. Sabear79 says:

    Please pick me

  36. Irishsighs says:

    Pick me! Pick me! I love the looks of this program and just can’t afford it.

  37. LauraL says:

    Pick me! Pick me! (Does that count as two entries?)

  38. Joseph Gagnon says:

    Pick me!  This is one of my favorite programs ever!

  39. Pick me.  Tried the NaNo version and LOVE IT!!

  40. Lori says:

    Pick me

  41. NancyF says:

    Loved the beta! pick me, pick me.

  42. Hendryk says:

    pick me, please :-)

  43. Live2Dive says:

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  44. Amy GH says:

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  45. Cameron says:

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  46. Shelby says:

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  47. Dave says:

    Pick me! (please…)

  48. Rpielke says:

    Pigme [sic]

  49. SnarkyWriter says:

    I’m about to start my dissertation! Please pick me!

  50. LJHudd says:

    Pick me :) this looks amazing!

  51. Jlouharris says:

    In the middle of Nano and wish I’d started with Scrivener. Plz pick me.

  52. Hopsoo says:

    Me, me! Pick me!

  53. Noel Polhemus says:

    Pick me!

  54. Storiestowrite says:

    i would love to have the PC version - only have MAC at work. I want to create when the spirit moves me. PLEASE pick me!

  55. Charlotte says:

    pick me please!!

  56. Linda says:

    Have been using the beta for a year and love it!

  57. Caligula says:

    Pick me!

  58. Jinglis says:

    oh, you know you want to pick me. Imagine the bragging rights you’d have by giving me the software.

  59. Anna Tan says:

    Pick me! Pwetty pwease, with cherry on top? :D

  60. Alekskun says:

    pick meeee! :)

  61. Darin Ramsey says:

    I just discovered Scrivener a couple of weeks ago, with their NaNoWriMo offer this year. Free is even better than 50% off!

  62. Lawren Taylor says:

    Pick me!

  63. Imran says:

    Pick me, just me

  64. Becky says:

    I heart Scrivener. 

  65. Mandi says:

    Please pick me - this is the software dreams are made of! If it works as well as you say (and I’ve heard) it does, I’ll include you in the forward of my potential novel. Thank you! Pick me!

  66. JC Rosen says:

    Please pick me! I want to know this Scrivener creature.

  67. BSM says:

    Pick me! 

  68. Julie Arduini says:

    Pick me, I’m loving the trial version and want the full for Christmas!

  69. Cameron says:

    Pick Me, Scrivener is great!

  70. Joerhat says:

    PIck me! My 9th-grade writer daughter could really use it! 

  71. Christina Kitroeff says:

    Pick me!

    I’d love to win it:)

    ccfioriole at gmail dot com

  72. Julie Erwin says:

    Pick me :)

  73. Megan says:

    Pick me!

  74. Dion says:

    pick me

  75. Brian Mundy says:

    Pick me, help a writer out!

  76. June Amarillo says:

    im not an orange in some orchard but go ahead and pick me anytime you want!

  77. Okayama Ben says:

    Pick me. It would be great if I won the Windows version, because my old I-Mac flat panel is turning 11 years this month….and I am sure one of these days it will just Poof..

  78. Stephen Green says:

    Oooo… Pick me! I’ve been using the beta for a while now, and I know I won’t be able to chip in for 1.0 until after the holidays.

  79. Derek Manuel says:

    Pick me! I love Scrivener, but my other computer is not a Mac.

  80. Michael Paul says:

    Pick me!  Or don’t.  Don’t pick anybody!  #paraphrasedelectionquotes

  81. Eric says:

    Pick me!!

  82. Cindy says:

    Scrivener is the bomb! Pick me, pick me.. [hand raised and wiggling in my office chair] .. just forgot for a moment that I’m an adult.. that’s how good Scrivener is.

  83. Lothar says:

    Would you please pick me? :)

  84. Tony Noland says:

    Pick me. I use yWriter5 and like it a lot, but there are some features which Scrivener appears to do more completely and with a richer feature set.

  85. Eden says:

    Pick me! Whee!

  86. Terry Marchion says:

    Pick Me!

    I’m new to writing — have only been using Microsoft Word.  I’ve tried the trials and really like the program — I’ve only scratched the surface of what this program can do and would LOVE to use it more . . .

  87. Anonymous says:

    Pick me please!!

  88. George Anthony Kulz says:

    Pick me, please.

  89. Leepletzers says:

    Pick me, pretty please :)

  90. Sharon Farrer says:

    Pick me please!

  91. Kelly Burgess says:

    Pick me! I’m going to buy this, if I don’t win it. I’ve used it in Beta, and love it.

  92. Dallas Webster says:

    Pick me! I’d love to use something other than Word!

  93. Dallas Webster says:

    Pick me! I’d love to use something other than MS Word!

  94. BG says:

    Yes please!

  95. Joan Satterlee says:

    Pick me please!  I love my beta copy of Scrivener. 

  96. Frador says:

    Please pick me! I was 85 last week and must get on with writing my autobiography, I,m sure Scrivener will help me get it done.

  97. Mrk Chmbrs says:

    Mmmm Corkboard. Pick me why dontchya?

  98. Mrk Chmbrs says:

    We loves the Scrivener in this house - pick me why don’t ya.

    toot toot

  99. Amanda says:

    Me, me! Pick me!!

  100. Laurie says:

    I’m loving the nanowrimo trial of Scrivener.  I’m ripe for the picking.

  101. Awesome! I’d love to be chosen for this. I’ve always drooled over Scrivener but was left out of the loop because I don’t have a MAC. Glad they finally reached out to the Windows crowd.

  102. Pick me! Please? :3

  103. Lynn Hallbrooks says:

    Here’s our ‘pick us’ comment:Please pick us because both my co-author and I are Veterans and you’ll be choosing on Veteran’s Day. 

  104. Barry says:

    pick me.

  105. Theresa Cole says:

    Ohhhh… yes, please!  Pick me!

  106. Tavo says:

    Pick Me! Scrivener is the only thing that will stop my writing from sucking.

  107. Clara Kensie says:

    Me! Me! Me! Pick me! Pleeeeeeease! Pick me!

  108. Derek says:

    I would love a free copy of Scrivener for Windows!

  109. Janehoung says:

    Please pick me - I’m juicy!

  110. Kingsmonarch says:

    I am writing my first novel and using a word processing program.  I just reviewed Scrivener for Windows and it would be really help me keep organized instead of all these post-it notes around my desk!  Please pick me!

  111. I’m fortunate enough to have already been using Scrivener for the last couple years on my Macbook.  I’ve also turned on a couple writer friends to it for their PC using the Beta (they will both be very to get an official version at last!).

    I already intended to purchase the PC version for myself as I get back to having an office after having a friend live with us for the last year has finally found herself on solid enough footing to get her own place again.  I’ll be able to set up my desktop PC and a real writing space, as opposed to my recliner in the front room (parked way too conveniently close to our TV).
    A free copy would be nice (money is always tight), but, as I said, I would buy it anyway, simply because I know how invaluable a tool Scrivener is.  So, I’m entering my name into the contest’s hat as it were, but I’ll be happy for anyone that gets the win.


  112. Damaris N says:

    I’d love this as well.. me me me!

  113. Harmongd says:

    Pick me…rather, my daughter. She is at the beginning of a creative life (high school) and I’d like her to start out right.

  114. Pick me! Pick me! Oops, sorry. I said it twice. Nice giveaway and thanks for doing it.

  115. Liniya Melren says:

    Scrivener makes writing so much easier! It lets me do all of my organizing and research in one place, and I’d love to be able to take advantage of everything the full program has to offer! The year I started using Scrivener was the first year I won NaNoWriMo, and, since then, I’ve yet to look back. Here’s to another year of NaNo and to Scrivener! 

  116. Cristal says:

    Pick me, please!

  117. Sharon says:

    Yippee!!  Pick me please!!!!  Looks like Google Chrome was the way to go as IE8 did not want to reveal the secret to entering this great competition.  I have loads of material to transform into a book and Scrivener would be great to get me started.

  118. Tom Samson says:

    pick me

  119. Penrefe says:

    Pick meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*breath*eeeeeeeeee! ^_^

  120. Rintrah says:

    Pick me, please!

  121. Pick me! I’ve been using the Scrivener beta version until now and I love it. I plan to buy a copy next month anyways but I wouldn’t say no to winning a copy :)

  122. Nataliedflynn says:

    Pick ME! 

  123. Eustacia Tan says:

    Pick me please! Onegaishimasu! I’m not sure if I can even buy this software in Singapore….

  124. Mark Jones says:

    Pick me

  125. Do NOT pick me! Do NOT pick me!

    That’s right. I refuse to fall to groveling to please that most fickle goddess, Fortuna. Since she so rarely grants me the boon of her favor in relation to coveted contest prizes, I do here defy her!

  126. Denise says:

    I’d love a free copy of Scrivener! I’ve been using the free trial this week, and I love it. My daughter writes novels as a key component of her homeschool language arts program (she’s doing the kid version of Nanowrimo this month), and Scrivener would be great for her.

  127. Queenofklingons says:

    Pick me pick me pick me!

  128. Emarrow73 says:

    Pick me!

  129. Pick me! Pick me! What an awesome giveaway :D

  130. Al says:

    Just started using trial version, came across this blog googling for info. Perfect timing! :-)

  131. Jamal says:

    pick me!
    I’m an aspiring author and it would greatly appreciated if I have a software for my writing

  132. Darkroseblade says:

    Pick me, Please!

  133. Marion Lougheed says:

    Pick me. I’ve been using the beta version of Scrivener for my two novels and my thesis.

  134. gett says:

    pick me

  135. Jude Roust says:

    Pick me, pretty please :)

  136. Vivienne_dacosta says:

    Oh pick me please. I would love to win a copy. As I am struggling to keep my MS organised. I want to be able to move my chapters around!

  137. Martinmyers45 says:

    I need this in my life.

  138. Rebecca says:

    Love love love Scrivener! I’ve been using it for years, and am thrilled now that it’s available for all my PC-using friends. I’d love to win a copy for my writing partner — thank you!!!

  139. Pick me for no other reason that I am smiling as I write this!

  140. Tony Riches says:

    I tried the beta version for Windows when it came out - it was too clunky but looked interesting

  141. Alison Strachan says:

    Standing knee deep in the middle of my manuscript with words that keep biting at my toes scratching my legs… I need software that will give me some clarity and well, get these pesky words to leave me alone so I can continue in peace! PICK ME! :P

  142. Cheryl R. says:

    I would love to be entered in your draw for Scrivener. I’ve heard from Mac people that it is so much better. I use Word because I have to for publishing-it’s industry standard and what the publishers insist on. But it would be cool to have another program that really works.

  143. Fahoura says:

    this is my ‘pick me’ comment: please pick me because I  am partially paralysed in  one hand. Despite this, I have managed to write five novels, but it takes me twice as long as it should because of my disability. I need all the help  I can get-

  144. Rebecca says:

    Pick me!
    I had a beta version and it was good, but I am too broke to afford the shiny new version!

  145. Gilly Fraser says:

    Please pick me - because Scrivener looks ace!

  146. Anna Georgieva @badlotterygirl says:

    Please,don’t pick me as I even haven’t  started writing yet ha-ha
    Simply it’s so funny coincidence ,finaly had an “rainy spare hour” this morning and decided to thank a new twitter
    follower ,than felt obligted to visit his blog ,had some very pleasant readig there.

    Read as well a guest post just about some programs which tend to distract the writing proccess  too often…shortly  thah guy has a straordinary positive opinion about “Srivener” ,he has even  created a short video showing how to set that up on his blog.
    As drawings(lottos) is my real camp I wish Good Luck Everyone and thanks Gary for creating  such a pleasnt exitement  through this your idea!

  147. Steve Caunce says:

    Yes, pick me please, or Bo.

  148. Steve Caunce says:


  149. Jeff says:

    I was managing with office and my file organisation system until I started writing the sequel! I could do with  help lol

  150. For those who don’t win (like me) did you know that if you just rough up your MS in Word 2007 with line breaks for new paragraphs, you don’t neet to change the spacing or paragraph setting to get a neat MS with first-line indented paragraps and double spacing. Just go to “Change styles” on the right of your toolbar and choose “manuscript” from the drop-down menu

  151. Peter says:

    “Pick me,” the ripe apple whispered to the passing hand of fate, seeking low-hanging fruit in the Tree of Life.

  152. Margay1122 says:

    I’d love to give this a whirl. Pick me!

  153. Victor Paul Scerri says:

    Pick me; The scivener sounds just the tool. Thank you for sharing. 

  154. Paul Vanderloos says:

    Pick me. I would love to have my research and background material in one place.

  155. What a wonderful idea for brand new author’s, and an equally great way to mature as an author.

  156. Steve Vorley says:

    Pick me! It looks like a hybrid of Word, Evernote and Post-It notes! Looks great for writers! 

  157. Marian Dunn says:

    Pick me please to get your gift
    It would be really cool
    The time and hassle I could save
    If I but had this tool

  158. Toni Allen says:

    Pick me….pretty please.

    Do you know how long it took me to format my novel in word?! Anything to make life easier…quicker…more fun!

  159. Dee Martin says:

    This is my second year to do nanowrimo and THIS time I started with an outline (versus being a complete pantser the first time) so the actual planning is going better. Microsoft Word has it’s limits however as does abiword and Bean which are the three that I work from depending on what machine I am on. I am at a little over 17000 words and beginning to feel the stress of navigating through pages of outline, notes, and actual scenes. I think I am at the point where I would like to try a platform made for my purpose. Thanks for all your tips and I would love to try Scrivener. I have visited the site several times and promised myself that if I ever got something together that might actually, someday, after much editing, be publish worthy, that I would spend the money. Not there yet so winning a copy would be awesome and blogworthy!

  160. Rachel Green says:

    pick me :)
    Egads! I love the trial version.

  161. Lisa Hart-Collins says:

    I’m presently writing two novels at the same time and I think I certainly need it for organisation!

  162. Suecowling says:

    Scrivener is brilliant, this website is brilliant and I know I am the next J K Rowling (I dream a lot) please please let me be your pick us comment for monday.

  163. Ian Foster Thorn says:

    Here’s my ‘Pick Me’ comment: This is just what I’ve been looking for and it’s a fond farewell to sticky notes, manilla folders and all those 3×5 cards. I thoroughly enjoyed enjoyed reading through the testimonials and the article by Monica McCarty.

  164. Gary787 says:

    Make my day. Make my life! What a pick me up for a writer!

  165. Matt says:

    Trying to start a novel, so pick me!

  166. Reay Jespersen says:

    Really looking forward to checking this out.
    I’m a new stay-at-home dad, with a head full of ideas for books and a house of Windows computers, so anything I can get to give me an advantage in time and organization would be great.

  167. Jamieson Villeneuve says:

    Oh gosh! I’ve heard of Scrivner and have only ever dreamed of using it! So, as they say, Please pick me! Thanks Bubblecow! 


  168. Elaine says:

    Wow, what an opportunity. Please, pick me. *fingers crossed

  169. Scot says:

    Pick me! Pick me! This looks like an incredible program, especially for us organization freaks. My old cork boards are in need of replacing anyway. What a perfect opportunity. Thanks!

  170. Muddslide says:

    Just in time for Nanowrimo - I’d love a copy!

  171. Msshatsky says:

    pick me

  172. Swfr says:

    me please

  173. Chris Olson says:

    Good post, and of course …

    … I’d love a copy of this for free!  It’s NaNo time and I’ve got the trial version on windows already!  Thanks!


  174. Paul Wilson says:

    Pick Me.   I have tried the beta test and like the way Scrivener for Windows can keep my notes, character points, timeline, plot points all in one place and enable me to write knowing that work on the structure and editing will be safe and flexible.

  175. Artysoul1966 says:

    I am in the same boat had a look at a friend’s house at this programme and must say it would suit me well- looks divinely easy to operate as well

  176. Hope Fields says:

    Pick Me!!!

    I’ve heard amazing things about Scrivener and wanted it since it became available for Windows! Thanks for the chance to win! It’s an incredible giveaway!

  177. JayMG says:

    OOoooh yes oh yes. Pick me please! Just had my second baby and beginning my 3rd novel - I need help to keep my brain in gear, and I’ve been yearning after Scrivener for months now…

  178. Sarah Louise says:

    Pick me at random! Hold on……. :)

  179. Viviak says:

    pick me! :)

  180. Jo Lawler says:

    I wrote my entire 100,000 word novel in Microsoft Word (twice, but that’s another story). Please have mercy, and pick me.

  181. Suzanne says:

    How is this:   PICK ME!!!!!?    
    Or, maybe, CHOOSE ME
    Then there is, PULL OUT MY NAME.
    Finally, the grateful I’d Appreciate it VERY much if you were to draw my name for your wonderful giveaway.

  182. Cavort says:

    Go to to help bring about world peace, energy independence and justice for all (and perhaps even to increase your chances of winning a free copy of Scrivener)

  183. Pick me! katrina (dot) lantz (at) gmail 

  184. Lottis says:

    Schriveners seems to be the softwareTolstoy should have had! Question though, what sort of a novel would Anna Karenina have been with Schrivener?

  185. Mark Robertson says:

    Pick Them! Although I would love to be picked,  I just read Lyn Hallbrooks pick me comment. Please pick the Veterans as we owe them all a huge debt of Gratitude for keeping us all free. Cheers and Thanks.

  186. Matt Melvin says:

    Pick me! Pick me! I’m working on a novel and can’t keep track of my progress….

  187. Jlin says:

    Yes please ! I’d like to win a copy of scrivener!

  188. Coreenamcburnie says:

    Pick Me please.  I would love to win a copy for my novel writing.

  189. Oh! I have not used this, but have check it out. I love the look and all the extras! Word is great, but this looks better! I am on my 2nd draft, this would be perfect to finish with and start my newest idea!

  190. robbin83 says:

    Pick me, please!

  191. Vicky Bell says:

    Oh, go on, Bubble Cow — pick me!

  192. Janna Shay says:

    Please pick me

  193. Karleene Morrow says:

    What a well thought out prize for your giveaway.  We see books and even Kindles everywhere but this is a first.  With Skrivener’s reputation it is obviously being a hit for you and should definitely increase your followers.  A classy choice.

  194. Jrid137 says:

    Good information.

  195. wulf shado says:

    Ooooo! Pick me! Pick me!

    I’ve been drooling over Shrivner since I heard of it and am so glad it’s now available for PC’s too.

    Did I mention Pick me?!

  196. Deyaniera says:

    Here’s my “pick me!” comment.  I love Scrivener.  I’m using the free trial and it’s awesome.  

  197. Kay354 says:

    Pick me - who knows, I could be the next Unbounder!

  198. Fletcherski says:

    Pick me, you know you wanna. I’m just about to finish my first draft of my first novel and this would be invaluable for the second draft and the third and the fourth……

  199. Rebecca T. Little says:

    Please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please pick me :D

    Rebecca T. Little
    [email protected]

  200. Sandi Swindle says:

    OK, I’ll say it, “Pick me!”  I’ve tried the sample version and thought I might be able to learn it, I’m “senior impaired” but the functions I really wanted weren’t part of the freebie. So, I go back to my microsoft, but maybe if I had the full version, I’d be so sold I’d crow about it to everyone I know. Kay

  201. Mldcos2004 says:

    Sure hope you pick me. I’m pining to try Scrivener. Heard it recommended at Writers’-Union. Anything that will help writing something long is welcome. And I write long things, novels, collections, a memoir!

  202. MikeHayward says:

    I’m hoping you’ll pick me, of course. When I get finished with my completed novel (using Scrivener!), I’ll ship it off to you for editing. Thank you!

  203. Jreneebarrett says:

    Just wishing. If you pick me, then it would be all I got for Christmas. Thanks!

  204. Jim McCulloch says:

    I’m still struggling with MS Word “track changes” and would love the opportunity to try something designed for writers.  With so many softwares claiming to be “the answer”, I would love to have my own copy.

    Please pick me!

  205. Susan Baganz says:

    Pick me! Please! I’ve been waiting for this to come out and look forward to trying it!

  206. Navin Joshi says:

    I have just completed 14200 words and hope to complete 50000 by the end of Novemebr as I did in NaNoWriMo2010.
    Please’pick me’ for free Scrivener copy - I am currently using a trial copy…. 

  207. Roxo Trevol says:

    Ah, lovely, lovely Scrivener! I used it as beta. It is wonderful! And now, as a NaNoWriMo participant, I sure miss it a lot!
    Please random picking program, choose me! *flutters eyelashes*

  208. Sharon says:

    Pick me! I so need to get my works assembled and then published.

  209. Rlrigdon says:

    I would really appreciate it if you pick me. Thanks.

  210. Liliangardner says:

    Wow! I didn’t know there existed such fantastic novel writing help. I’m a dummy, but if you pick me, I’l not only jump for joy….Oh no! I’ll fly.

  211. Martin Shone says:

    Words, such wonderful
    words now made easier thanks
    to my free gift. Smile.

  212. Kirsty Stanley says:

    I’d love to get a copy of the windows version so I can work on my Mac and windows laptops using Dropbox. Thanks

  213. JPoz says:

    PICK ME!

  214. Annie Payne says:

    As a personal historian, who helps people to gather organise and preserve their life stories for the future, Scrivener would save me endless hours when it comes to writing and editing the transcribed interviews into an interesting and person specific story. It’s often a long and laborious chore and anything that could streamline the process would improve my goal to produce a wonderful legacy to leave for future family generations.

  215. Rob Farquhar says:

    I’d like to sign up for the Scrivener giveaway!

  216. Arbour Of Reflection says:

    Pick me please :)

  217. Lisa Palmer says:

    pick me please!

  218. mihla says:

    I’ve been using Scrivener on my Mac for years, but would love to win a Windows copy for my granddaughter. She and I are in our third year of participating in NaNoWriMo together.

  219. P.I. Barrington says:

    Hmmm. That’s some intense detailed orient!

  220. Jyoti Singh says:

    Pick me…I juggle between business writing and creative projects. It will be your contribution to my sanity…: )

  221. Frador says:

    My great niece Linda just loves you!!! So pick me and at my great age I can emulate her and maybe write my best selling autobiography.

  222. Ken says:

    Pick me, because frankly I’m perfectly happy with MS Word. Impress me.

  223. Sjfflowerpetal says:

    ahhh pretty pretty pleeeeease pick me :) )))

  224. LibertyJune says:

    Ah, oooh, pretty Scrivener, pick me! Please! :D

  225. Sarah Billington says:

    Pick me! :)  

  226. Jo McHenry says:

    Pick me. Scriviner sounds like it makes writing fun.

  227. Sarah Billington says:

    Pick me! I’ve been hanging out for this. Excitement abounds.

  228. Ric Reyes says:

    Pick me. My wife is a full-time at-home mom working on a novel series, and we’re trying to get our family by on just my teacher’s income. If I get a free copy, I can get her something more romantic for Christmas than software.

  229. K M says:

    Pick me! :)

    This software would really help me organize the insane amount of data that I have for all of my characters, places, objects, creatures, histories. . . The lists go on! Right now it’s all compiled into a bunch of folders on my desktop, but it is a NIGHTMARE to click through.

    Thank you so much for the chance to win! :D

  230. shiran says:

    pick me!!! :)

  231. Pick Me says:

    Pick me! I am plugging through NaNoWriMo for the first time and am LOVING my trial version.

  232. Rebecca Bradley says:

    I’m coming to the end of writing my first novel in one long word document. I’d love to start the second one in scrivener! Pick me please :)

  233. Lisa says:

     I know very  little aoubt Scrivner it sounds exactly something I need.

  234. Sheri Larsen says:

    I’m thousands of feet in the air, heading to Cancun to celebrate my wedding anniversary, and I’m cyber chatting with you. I’m thinking you need to “Pick Me!”

  235. From Tracie says:

    Pick me!! Please please please!! =)

  236. Trevor says:

    Pick me Pick me. I need this more than anyone else.

  237. Luvzi12 says:

    Pick Me! :)

  238. freakingmuse says:

    Pick me, please :)

  239. Maya Hanley says:

    Please pick me! I really need this to organise my memoir (it’s in novel format)

  240. I adore Scrivener. I’ve got a free trial for the Windows version right now and it’s made such a huge difference. Am I still okay to put in for the “pick me”?

  241. Mike Atencio says:

    Take me! I’ll use it for all my projects. I have Win 7 and MS Word. I hate MS software! Grrr. Rescue me from Microsoft - please, please, please!

  242. Moha Idil says:

    Pick me

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