Writer Worksheet Wednesday: Writer’s Self-Assessment

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Creative Writer Worksheet – Self-Assessment for Writers (PDF)

It’s hard to avoid a retrospective at this time of year, so I won’t try! Please use this worksheet to inspire you, and not to deride yourself for not having ticked all of the boxes. Not all metrics will apply to you! On the other hand, I think that when you go looking for the answers to fill in the blanks, you’ll find that you’ve accomplished a lot more than you’d realised!

For envisioning next year’s work, I recommend that you revisit the Becoming a Writer worksheet, to re-evaluate why you’re doing what you’re doing.

Have a magnificent New Year!

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