3-page writing worksheet to help you write a synopsis. This can really help to boil down your story!

Synopsis Writing (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

3-page writing worksheet to help you write a synopsis. This can really help to boil down your story!

Writing Worksheet – Escaping a tight spot (PDF) Whether your character is locked up in a dungeon with her hands chained to the wall, or she’s hemmed in by the walls of your plot closing in around her, this worksheet will come to the rescue! It works! I used this worksheet to save my heroine when…

Escaping a Tight Spot (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet – Escaping a tight spot (PDF) Whether your character is locked up in a dungeon with her hands chained to the wall, or she’s hemmed in by the walls of your plot closing in around her, this worksheet will come to the rescue! It works! I used this worksheet to save my heroine when…

Use this writing worksheet to brainstorm alternate endings for your characters. |  #amwriting

The Ending (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This #writing worksheet can help your character make an entrance and set the scene.

Opening Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This writing worksheet has 3 pages of questions to help bring your fictional city to life.

Worldbuilding Worksheet: Cities

This year’s worksheets focus on guiding you to use your writing journal for practice and study. Although they’re aimed primarily at writers, I’ve endeavoured to make them useful to travel journallers, planners, bullet journallers, daily journallers and memoirists also. As such, you can print the pages in their original A4 format, in US Letter, shrunk 50%…

Journal Worksheets to Help You Tell Your Story

This year’s worksheets focus on guiding you to use your writing journal for practice and study. Although they’re aimed primarily at writers, I’ve endeavoured to make them useful to travel journallers, planners, bullet journallers, daily journallers and memoirists also. As such, you can print the pages in their original A4 format, in US Letter, shrunk 50%…

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Character Relationships (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

3-page writing worksheet to help you create, compound and resolve conflicts in your stories. > http://eadeverell.com/writing-worksheet-wednesday-conflict/?utm_content=buffera8518&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Conflict Worksheet

3-page writing worksheet to help you create, compound and resolve conflicts in your stories. > http://eadeverell.com/writing-worksheet-wednesday-conflict/?utm_content=buffera8518&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Send your character on a mini quest with this writing worksheet. |  #amwriting

Mini Quest (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

4-page writing worksheet for working out character motivation.

Character Motivation Worksheet

Writing Worksheet – What Next? (PDF) In honour of NaNoWriMo, this month’s worksheets will have one purpose: to increase your word count by hook or by book. A novel, even a short one of 50,000 words, comprises many more happenings than one might expect. If you find yourself at this mid-way point of the month,…

What Next? (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet – What Next? (PDF) In honour of NaNoWriMo, this month’s worksheets will have one purpose: to increase your word count by hook or by book. A novel, even a short one of 50,000 words, comprises many more happenings than one might expect. If you find yourself at this mid-way point of the month,…

Creative Writing Worksheet – Set the Scene (PDF) How do you set the scene to write? A glass of wine, a pair of earplugs, a muse card, a writing worksheet? Sounds perfect to me! :) You can find a complete PDF of all of the writing worksheets to date in the Coterie. Related

Set the Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Creative Writing Worksheet – Set the Scene (PDF) How do you set the scene to write? A glass of wine, a pair of earplugs, a muse card, a writing worksheet? Sounds perfect to me! :) You can find a complete PDF of all of the writing worksheets to date in the Coterie. Related

Writing Worksheet – Character Motivation (PDF) I was motivated to create these worksheets on character motivation by a character. I did my best to simplify the subject but despite much deliberation I still don’t think my worksheets are exhaustive. They’re a good place to start, though. They should help you when you need your character to do something, but…

Character Motivation Worksheet

Writing Worksheet – Character Motivation (PDF) I was motivated to create these worksheets on character motivation by a character. I did my best to simplify the subject but despite much deliberation I still don’t think my worksheets are exhaustive. They’re a good place to start, though. They should help you when you need your character to do something, but…

Use the first page of this writing worksheet to develop a character from a character quirk, and the second page to record quirks you notice IRL...

Character Quirks (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Use the first page of this writing worksheet to develop a character from a character quirk, and the second page to record quirks you notice IRL...

Writing Worksheet Wednesday: Make Trouble | e.a. deverell: creative writing blog

Make Trouble (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet Wednesday: Make Trouble | e.a. deverell: creative writing blog

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