I’ve been teaching English for over two decades, so putting together a writing book seemed a natural progression. Many of the charts and reference materials were items I created for my own writing. Use Prompt Me Novel to map your novel. This book is full of tips and graphic organizers to keep you moving in the right direction.
I’ve been sharing them with my writer friends for years, so they encouraged me to add to what I had, and get it out to the general public. I hope you find it as useful as I have.
Note: I use one of these books for each of my novel projects. It helps keep me organized.
Fiction Writing Journal & Workbook
“This workbook provides a space for you to journal ideas and thoughts for your next–or first–best seller. Robin not only shares her knowledge gained by years of experience, but thoughtfully gives space for writers to reflect and hand-write their ideas and moments of inspiration.” –author and editor Tamar Hela
Writing a first draft can be daunting. This workbook provides guidance for key elements of fiction writing that help create a cohesive novel. Additionally, it gives writers powerful reference resources to create an emotionally authentic work and the space to hash it all out in one, easy-to-carry book.
Workbook Sections Include
- The “Tent Pole” Method
- Character Worksheets
- Lined pages for easy journaling
- And more!
The old cover>>>
Printable Plot Diagram
Reference sections include:
- Common publishing terms and abbreviations
- Using numerals in text
- Clichés and newbie errors
- Symbols and symbolism
- Self-editing checklist and beta readers
- And more!
Here is a free PDF of the Plot Diagram Worksheet for personal or classroom* use: Plot Diagram WS
*If you use this free PDF for your classroom, there is no need to ask permission. I simply ask you do not trim my copyright information off of the bottom, thanks.
What would you like to see in a writing workbook and journal?