Chapter & Subplot Worksheets

This week, it’s two-for-one on worksheets! Why? Because they’re basically the same worksheet with a different title.

Chapter WorksheetSubplot Worksheet


Although the shape of the worksheet is essentially the same, the way in which you use them might be significantly different (it is for me) so I have included examples for both the worksheets (links are listed below). With a bit of luck, these will making planning a little easier! The way I use them, I plan story-wide subplots on one sheet and then finer details of each chapter on the other. Of course, the chapter ones are just a guide – sometimes it pays to stretch this pattern over two chapters or end on a cliffhanger. I find chapters can be fairly arbitrary really – sometimes they fall naturally. Sometimes, they don’t.

As always, don’t stress over it and enjoy!

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