For everyone doing JulNoWriMo, if you’d like an easy way to track your word count, I’ve created a Progress Tracker chart (PDF download) that you can use to record your daily word count and total word count.
Progress Tracker for Writing a Novel in 30 Days
For readers of The 30 Day Novel Success Journal, I’ve created worksheets for all the brainstorming questions in PDF. So if you’re reading the kindle version or listening to the audiobook (or even reading the paperback, but would rather write on a worksheet than in the book)–you can download everything through these links:
Pre-writing Worksheets and Resources (zipped file)
30 Days of Worksheets and Productivity Questions (zipped file)
The pre-writing worksheets contain all the brainstorming questions to help you figure out your plot, setting, and characters.
The resource PDF lists all the writing books and other resources I recommended in the book, in one handy
shopping list file.
The 30 days of worksheets are the daily writing prompts that guide you through the story blueprint, to prod your muse into revealing possible directions your story could take next.
If you follow the story prompts, you’ll write a story that fits into three-act structure, follows the hero’s journey, and contains a character growth arc for your protagonist.
The actual blueprint is contained in the book, so if you haven’t read it, you can still use the daily prompts, although it might not be entirely clear why the questions fall in the order that they do. But they will still work.
The productivity questions are intended to be answered each day after your writing session, to give you greater insight into your creative process and help you eliminate the blocks that are slowing you down or stopping you from writing altogether.
Even if you haven’t read the book, you may still find the worksheets useful, and did I mention, it costs you nothing to try them because they’re free? 🙂
(If you want to read The 30 Day Novel Success Journal, you can get it in Paperback, Kindle, or Audiobook.)