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- Worksheets for Writers
- Bookmarks for Readers
- Myers-Briggs and Enneagram Characterization
- Just for Fun
1. Worksheets for Writers
Character: Backstory and Goals
Character: Character Profile Worksheets (a.k.a. the “Character Bible”)
Story: The 8 C’s of Plotting
Story: [QUIZ] How Should You Start Your Novel?
Revision: Tracking Your Revision with Spreadsheets (Generates a colorful progress bar automatically!)
Submission: Manuscript Format Template
2. Bookmarks for Readers
Printable Quarterly Calendars
Three months per page, or one year in just four pages. Great for planning your book, your life, or your family’s schedule!
To-Do lists featuring my favorite Trekkie
Personal Goal Planner
Includes four sections of life that we tend to let fall to the wayside when we focus too much on work: Deepening Relationships, Pursuing Interests, Saving & Spending, Caring for Yourself
Similar to the “Tracking Your Revision with Spreadsheets” above but applicable for in-process projects.
Gantt Chart Timeline Spreadsheet
Task Managing in Trello with GIFs
SMART Goals (Don’t Break the Chain)
SMART Goals Calendar (2015 Calendar)
3. Myers-Briggs Characterization & Enneagram
Is Myers-Briggs pseudoscience that ignores the complexity of human personality? Sure. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t useful, especially for writing characters.
[QUIZ] A 12-question simple MBTI test
Chart with MBTI Categories, details about each group, and a fictional character representative
NEW: Enneagram for Fictional Characters
4. Just for Fun
WRITE NOW Posters (including a template to make your own)
“You are cute and you read” bookmarks for introverts to give out to others
Let’s Talk about Cats, Baby desktop wallpaper