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Fighting (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Creative Writing Worksheet – Fighting (PDF) Conflict is great for the plot in general, but nothing’s better than a good fight scene to increase tension and provide the perfect opportunity for a try/fail cycle. This worksheet will help you brainstorm some ideas for your fight scene, whether it’s verbal, physical or something in between. >…

Worldbuilding Worksheet: Cities

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

The Ultimate Character Questionnaire A character questionnaire can be a great way to inspire a bit (or a lot) more detail about your characters. This list has been compiled from various sources around the net and in books and also our own brains. If you see any duplicates in the list please let us know, and if you have any additional questions we haven't thought of, email us if you'd like us to add them. http://www.novel-software.com/characterquestionnaire.aspx

Technology (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Here's a writing worksheet to help you think about your story world's technologies. Technology is an important part of worldbuilding – it can help you develop people, culture, history, geography… almost anything.

The Amazingly Simple Anatomy of a Meaningful Marketing Story #infographic #Marketing

The Amazingly Simple Anatomy of a Meaningful Marketing Story #infographic

The Writers' Museum

The Writers’ Museum celebrates the lives of three great Scottish writers – Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Journal Prompts - This Enchanted Pixie I really truly want to get back to writing. Especially during the cozier-at home- months.

Nine follies to avoid when writing your first novel This was actually a very helpful article. If anyone plans on writing, or is in the process of doing so, read this.

It's like giving your characters a goal, and then placing blocks in their path to kep them from achieving their goals. without it, your story 'saps'