Plot Points Worksheet

So NaNoWriMo is being a bust for me this year. I’m failing to write anything meaningful, despite all the planning I did in October. Instead of forcing myself to continue writing a story that doesn’t really interest me, I’ve had a think about how I planned in the past and I’ve come up with worksheet.

Story Ideas Worksheet
Plot Points Worksheet

The example is included with this one and it’s on two pages, so you don’t have to print the example every time you want to use the worksheet. It might be useful to use this in conjunction with one of the other plotting worksheets (e.g. the Plot Worksheet Set or the Chapter & Subplot Worksheets) to get both a wide look at your plot and then a more detailed description of the ups and downs your characters will face on the way to the major plot points.

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


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