Story Ending

Creative Writing Worksheet

Writing Worksheet – Endings (PDF)

In honour of NaNoWriMo, this month’s worksheets will have one purpose: to increase your word count by hook or by book.

The final writing worksheet in this marvellous month of November is inspired by the last virtual NaNoWriMo write-in. Imagining the best endings for each of your characters is a fantastic exercise. If you have time, you might even make a list of what each character wanted, what they got and how they felt about it. Add another 1500 words at least, and here are a couple extra: THE END.

P.S. For a little inspiration…


I post worksheets every wednesday!

Enter your address below to receive an email when the blog is updated.

Roses, book & quill
Write now...
Roses, book & quill
Pick up an Ebook...
Roses, book & quill
My New Novel!

ALEMMIA:
a law of attraction novel

Roses, book & quill
Lady Writer

I write about literature, language, love, and living off your pen. Also, fortifying fiction, personal amelioration, and tea.

Roses, book & quill
Roses, book & quill
Learn from a master
Roses, book & quill
Thank you for Sharing!
Share on pinterest
Share on reddit
Share on email
Share on whatsapp
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on facebook
Share on tumblr
Roses, book & quill
3 ONLINE WRITING COURSES
to fall in love with your craft...
01. Plot
keys

Discover an elegant solution to your plot tangle.

02. Character
apple

Build a strong framework for stronger heroines.

03. Worldbuilding
compasses

Construct a paper miniature of your story world.

Your plot, your character & your story world... on ONE PAGE.

NEIL GAIMAN'S WRITING MASTERCLASS. LEARN MORE. MARGARET ATWOOD MASTERCLASS.

This page contains affiliate links which help support the site.

Angie Makes Feminine WordPress Themes
Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 6,895 other subscribers.

Don't Miss this Free Workshop!