I know we’re at the tail-end of January at this point, but I thought I’d share one method I use to keep track of the stories I start throughout the year.
Writing each one down and when I started writing it helps me to stay accountable and not let a story sit for too long unattended, or to know when to scrap it and move on. It’s a visual timeline of how long a short story or novel (or non-fiction, if you prefer) takes to complete, and gives me room to plan how much time to dedicate to each.
I hope these help you in your writing journey as well! Though the completion dates on mine may not be completely filled by the end of year, perhaps yours will be.
For the full collection PDF, click here:
Writing Workshop – 2018 Collection
Did this article help inspire you? Let me know in the comments! And be sure to check out our other Tips & Tricks articles:
- Part One: 5 Ways to Approach a Writing Prompt
- Part Two: 3 Ways to Use Your Prompt Response
- Part Three: What to Expect from Sharing Your Work
- The Importance of Writing Crap
- Why You Need Featured Images for Your Blog Posts
- How Writing about Writing can Improve Your Writing
- Why You Should Write a Character Based on Yourself
- How to Use PATHOS to Maximize Your Reach
- 5 Reasons to Stop Comparing Your Work with Others
- Why You Should Make a Soundtrack for Your Novel
- Why You Should Follow Your Passion (like, NOW)
- I Should Really Write that Down
Please feel free to share any additional tips or your personal experiences with writing/blogging in the comments, and stay tuned for more prompts every Thursday!
5 thoughts on “Keeping track of WIPs // FREE PRINTABLES”
Handwriting out my thoughts/ideas always work best for me. These are great – thanks! 😉
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