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Need help putting your thoughts together for your novel? Want a place to organize your notes? “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.” – Need help putting your thoughts together for your novel? Want a place to organize your notes? “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: Brainstorm and outlining Plotting and the “Tent Pole” Method Character Worksheets Conflict Setting Lined pages for easy journaling And more! Reference sections include: Common publishing terms and abbreviations Using numerals in text Clichés and newbie errors Symbols and symbolism Synonyms Self-editing checklist and beta readers And more!


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Need help putting your thoughts together for your novel? Want a place to organize your notes? “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.” – Need help putting your thoughts together for your novel? Want a place to organize your notes? “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: Brainstorm and outlining Plotting and the “Tent Pole” Method Character Worksheets Conflict Setting Lined pages for easy journaling And more! Reference sections include: Common publishing terms and abbreviations Using numerals in text Clichés and newbie errors Symbols and symbolism Synonyms Self-editing checklist and beta readers And more!

47 review for Prompt Me Novel: Fiction Writing Workbook & Journal

  1. 5 out of 5

    Threadmuse

    This is a super useful book to help you wrap your head around the overwhelming project of writing a book. The lists are insightful and the advice for organizing your writing project is clear and easy to follow. This made me want to find a coffee shop and write!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tamar

    Absolutely amazing and helpful resource for writers or aspiring writers! This book is chock full of great resources and charts to help brainstorm, outline, plot, and research your future novel. I especially love the character charts where you can fill in your characters' details. Very helpful, especially for busy writers. I have my own copy, but also purchased one to use as a giveaway for my English students, who were thrilled that something "so cool" was up for grabs. They were all disappointed Absolutely amazing and helpful resource for writers or aspiring writers! This book is chock full of great resources and charts to help brainstorm, outline, plot, and research your future novel. I especially love the character charts where you can fill in your characters' details. Very helpful, especially for busy writers. I have my own copy, but also purchased one to use as a giveaway for my English students, who were thrilled that something "so cool" was up for grabs. They were all disappointed that there was only one copy. :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Lynne

    Whether you are a new writer or an experienced author, give this journal and workbook a try. Robin Woods shares her tips and tricks for making your next piece of fiction the best it can be! Ms. Woods covers everything from plot, characters, setting, and emotions to some self-editing help. Don't miss this - it is worth every penny!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jeffery Frieden

    I love this book! I am an English teacher, and at points during the year, I have my students engage in narrative writing. This year, for a culminating assignment for my Junior students, I was getting stuck on how to move them from concept, to outline, to draft. This book had the information I needed to guide me from one step to the next so that I could teach my students how to go from brainstorm to publishing. And I got some of the best short narratives any of my students have ever produced! I al I love this book! I am an English teacher, and at points during the year, I have my students engage in narrative writing. This year, for a culminating assignment for my Junior students, I was getting stuck on how to move them from concept, to outline, to draft. This book had the information I needed to guide me from one step to the next so that I could teach my students how to go from brainstorm to publishing. And I got some of the best short narratives any of my students have ever produced! I also have a friend with a tremendous book idea, but the copy she let me take a look at was very rough. But there was a gold mine of content in there. She was getting discouraged and bogged down about what to do next, trying to decide whether she should throw in the towel. I turned her attention to this book, and after encouraging her that she had great content to work with, but that this book would guide her through the steps, she found hope and new vigor to keep going with her project. If you're writing narrative fiction, or helping others to write narrative fiction like I am, then this book is a must!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    As a writer and a high school English teacher, I would highly recommend this book to both my friends and my students. I find that many writing workbooks speak down to you, telling you what you need to do and how your writing process should be; sometimes that can make you feel a bit overwhelmed or as if you are failing by not doing all of those things. This book is more like a friend or mentor giving you ideas and guidance. I would recommend it to people who want to write, but don’t have the time As a writer and a high school English teacher, I would highly recommend this book to both my friends and my students. I find that many writing workbooks speak down to you, telling you what you need to do and how your writing process should be; sometimes that can make you feel a bit overwhelmed or as if you are failing by not doing all of those things. This book is more like a friend or mentor giving you ideas and guidance. I would recommend it to people who want to write, but don’t have the time to slug through a big, long book that tells you everything you SHOULD be doing. Instead, Woods understands that everyone has their own writing process, and supplements this with tips and nudges to keep you on track and productive. It is easy and fun to read – when I first got it I was going to just flip through it quickly then read it later, but I found myself stopping to read sections that caught my eye and ended up reading a lot of it. It is a wonderful combination of tips, examples, charts, and room to write and plan. The examples that Woods chooses to show things like setting and character descriptions are very helpful – and they are from some of my favorite stories. I cannot stress how helpful the charts and reference materials have been. Additionally, she gives information and tips about being published. This is something that has always been somewhat of a mystery to me, so it is nice to have that information at my fingertips. It is easy to find the tips and information that you want right away. Overall, this book is very accessible for anyone and everyone who wants to write.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    As someone who aspires constantly to improve in her writing, I have taken a number of creative writing classes. On top of that, I have read several books and articles on writing. I am so happy to say that this book stands with the best of them. The workbook helped me the most with my organization. As someone who so often loses focus of her characters or might happen to forget a plot point, I loved having places to write my notes and ideas. Along with containing just about every element you'll ne As someone who aspires constantly to improve in her writing, I have taken a number of creative writing classes. On top of that, I have read several books and articles on writing. I am so happy to say that this book stands with the best of them. The workbook helped me the most with my organization. As someone who so often loses focus of her characters or might happen to forget a plot point, I loved having places to write my notes and ideas. Along with containing just about every element you'll need to start off your story, the additions of the workbook portions made the book feel personalized. I super recommend this workbook to anyone looking for some great tips on story structures and elements. Also great for people taking a creative writing course or looking to finally start that story they've had on their brains.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Froumis

    I received this book as a gift and have truly enjoyed looking through it. It has so much useful information about plot outlining, tips on dialogue and coming up with believable characters. My favorite is the reference section which has all kinds of lists that include synonyms, symbolism, and clichés to avoid. There are also plenty of charts and blank lined pages for you to write down all your ideas. I would recommend this journal and workbook to anyone who loves to write fiction, whether you're I received this book as a gift and have truly enjoyed looking through it. It has so much useful information about plot outlining, tips on dialogue and coming up with believable characters. My favorite is the reference section which has all kinds of lists that include synonyms, symbolism, and clichés to avoid. There are also plenty of charts and blank lined pages for you to write down all your ideas. I would recommend this journal and workbook to anyone who loves to write fiction, whether you're just getting started or you're an established author.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I received this as one of my Christmas presents, and it is really helpful! There are sections on character development, setting, emotions, points of view, etc, each one with questions, charts, and examples from classic authors like Harper Lee, Edgar Allen Poe, Franz Kafka, and Ernest Hemingway. Woods draws from her own experience as a writer to offer helpful things like synonyms for common words, acronyms in the publishing world, and tips about marketing on social media. I highly recommend this I received this as one of my Christmas presents, and it is really helpful! There are sections on character development, setting, emotions, points of view, etc, each one with questions, charts, and examples from classic authors like Harper Lee, Edgar Allen Poe, Franz Kafka, and Ernest Hemingway. Woods draws from her own experience as a writer to offer helpful things like synonyms for common words, acronyms in the publishing world, and tips about marketing on social media. I highly recommend this to anyone truly aspiring to be an author or to anyone who just loves writing on the side

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alana Zbasnik

    As a young writer, I've been looking for a book like this to help me brainstorm and outline my ideas for my book. Personally, this has been beyond useful with the charts it has, especially the character one. The plot archetypes also help me see the main genre of what I'm writing. I've only had the book for less than a week and I've made twice the progress I did before in outlining my book. This is definitely a resource I think every writer should have in their bookshelf.

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    Robin Woods

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