Creative Writing Worksheet – Scene Writing (PDF) Here is a worksheet I needed to write for myself this week! Often when you create an outline, you know what needs to happen when, but not necessarily how the action should unfold, or in what way you should
Creative Writing Worksheet – A Perfect Villain (PDF) There’s nothing quite like a really memorable villain to add drama to a story! Use this worksheet to craft the perfect villain. You might also like the Love Your Antagonist worksheet!
Writing Worksheet – Escaping a tight spot (PDF) Whether your character is locked up in a dungeon with her hands chained to the wall, or she’s hemmed in by the walls of your plot closing in around her, this worksheet will come to the rescue!
Body Language Cheat Sheet for Writers As described by Selnick’s article: Author and doctor of clinical psychology Carolyn Kaufman has released a one-page body language cheat sheet of psychological “tells” (PDF link)
It’s important to kill your character in the right way, at the right time and for the right reason. I hope this worksheet will help you premeditate the perfect coup de grâce. Writing Worksheet – How to Kill a Character (PDF)
Creative Writing Worksheet – Quick Character Creator (PDF) The fact is, you can fill in every questionnaire about character creation in exhaustive detail and still end up with a character who is unsuitable for the story you’re trying to tell.
Writing Worksheet – Ticking Clock (PDF) A “ticking clock” is a great way to add suspense and purpose to your plot. Depending on your story, the clock can be the time of your character’s favourite TV programme, the last call for drinks, a big round birthda