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Writing Worksheet – Opening Scenes (PDF) If you’re wondering where to begin, look no further than the beginning. This worksheet will help your character to make an entrance and set the scene. If you would rather be fashionably late and return to your beginning at the end, then you may find it easier, in fact,…

Opening Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Sometimes it’s difficult to decide where to begin telling a story, and “begin at the beginning” isn’t always the best advice. Click here to download this writing worksheet (PDF) The beginning of your story need not take place in your opening scene! The opening scene can be used to… Capture the reader’s attention with an…

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Write Romance? Get Your Beat Sheet Here! | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author

NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month—write a 50K word novel during November) starts today, and while I plan to continue blogging throughout NaNo, I wanted to make sure I gave you something good to keep you happy during my crazy month. *smile* Of course, whether or not you’d define today’s post as anything good might depend […]

Writing fantasy? This worksheet will help you create a fantasy creature and name it.
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Fantasy Creature Worksheet | creative writing blog

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Ever Wondered Why Popcorn Is The Default Movie Theater Snack?

Ever Wondered Why Popcorn Is The Default Movie Theater Snack?

Isn't it fun to watch your favorite movie while munching on a jumbo bucket of buttery, salty, popped corns

Characters express their emotions in different ways and with varying intensity…

Expressing Emotions (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Creative Writing Worksheet – Expressing Emotions (PDF) Emotions dictate our actions more than we would like to admit, and for the writer, they’re an integral part of creating character motivation. Of course, they’re also very important for hooking the reader, and while you can certainly play it by ear, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised…

Character Thoughts (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Character Thoughts (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Creative Writing Worksheet – Thoughts (PDF) Some characters’ minds barely make a peep – I always wonder whether their inner voice can really be so still. Other characters spend the entire story chattering away in italics – solving problems, questioning motives, or just reminiscing. What about your character? What do their thoughts sound like? I…

Plot Hole (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Plot Hole Filling - Quick Worksheet

Writing Worksheet – Fixing Plot Holes (PDF) How to Fill a Plot Hole Plot holes are almost inevitable at some stage in any piece of longer writing, and in my experience, fixing them can be the most disheartening job of the writer. Print out this worksheet, pour yourself a drink and sit down to untangle those snags!

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How to Love Your Antagonist

Download This Worksheet (PDF) Your antagonist* is tired of being compared to your protagonist. Give him / her some love with this worksheet. While this worksheet has been designed for antagonists who are characters, remember that this needn’t always be the case! Also works for your real-life antagonists… More Ways to Understand Your Antagonist Protagonists…

ELEMENTS OF A GOOD SCENE - Scene - Checklist - Writers Write - Beginner writers tend to write essays when they first start writing novels. Successful writers soon realise that a novel is not an essay. It is a story made up of scenes. But how do you know if you've written a great scene?:

Scene Checklist | Writers Write

In this post, we look at a scene checklist to help you write your stories.

Numerous beat sheets to help craft your story!
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Worksheets for Writers | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author

Jami Gold's Writing Worksheets: Help for all writers, from newbies to experts and from plotters to pantsers.

Licence to Write (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet – Licence to Write (PDF) This is my favourite writing worksheet EVER! It’s easy to compare your efforts to that of great writers and sink into despair, but I recommend that you give yourself a break and find flaws in them instead. Inspired by a famous author who shall remain nameless, this worksheet is a permission slip…

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Mood Writing Worksheet

Writing Worksheet – Creating Mood (PDF) I think of mood as being the expression of a setting’s personality. Depending on the narration style, mood will often be created through a character’s experiences with the setting, but it can also remain unmediated. Some of the moodiest creations have deep layers of emotion and richly-detailed and slightly sinister backdrops; Gormenghast and House of Leaves…

Creative Writing Worksheet - Point of View

Point of View Worksheets - How to Choose a Point of View

Use this worksheet to compare characters and find which point of view works best to tell your story...

Character Writing Worksheet

Character Sketch (Writer Worksheet Wednesday) | creative writing blog

Creative Writer Worksheet – Character Sketch (PDF) You may have written a character sketch for a fictional person before, but how about for someone from your real life? Try filling in this character sketch worksheet to gain a deeper understanding of people you love, hate, or feel indifferent towards. “People do not seem to realize…

Having trouble deciding on a character name? Try this 2-page writing worksheet!

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A wealth of fun and functional writing worksheets, writing articles, prompts, story ideas, and more.

Preparing for #NaNoWriMo or CampNaNoWriMo? Here's a resource list I made for you!  #amwriting

NaNoWriMo - Tools to Prepare You for NaNoWriMo 2020...

GET EXCITED about NaNoWriMo! You're embarking on one of the most exciting writing adventures ever. These are the veteran resources you need...