Because organization is just a framework for creativity.
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Helpful charts, templates, and worksheets to keep any writer organized from creation through publication! Free for anyone who wants to use them. More documents are added periodically, so please check back soon. Requests? Contact me at email@example.com.
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Getting ready to query agents? Get your data organized beforehand to save yourself time and heartache.
Keep track of what queries you have out to who, when you sent them, who needs to be nudged, and who’s answered already.
Get to know your characters better before you start writing, and then refer back to this chart as you go to keep details straight.
Decipher the mysterious notes on your manuscripts from editors and critique partners as well as learning the shorthand to give your own feedback faster.
Have a cool novel idea but don’t know where to start? Pantsing it and got stuck halfway through? Stress no more.
Whether you’re a plotter planning ahead or a panster trying to sort things out for revisions, this chart will help you organize your novel scene-by-scene.
Don’t lose track of which poems have been sent where; this chart will hold all of the details for you, from date submitted to type of response.
Does an agent(s) have your manuscript? Be ready for “The Call” by printing out this interview and keeping it handy.
If you have more than one short story you’re sending out for publication, you need this chart to keep track of dates, markets, and response times!
Struggling to write an “about the author” paragraph that doesn’t sound lame? This basic template will get you started.
Need a resume geared toward your writing career? This template will get you started with potential categories, important notes, and helpful hints.