Writing Worksheet Wednesday: Creating Mood

Creative Writing Worksheet

Writing Worksheet – Creating Mood (PDF)

I think of mood as being the expression of a setting’s personality. Depending on the narration style, mood will often be created through a character’s experiences with the setting, but it can also remain unmediated. Some of the moodiest creations have deep layers of emotion and richly-detailed and slightly sinister backdrops; Gormenghast and House of Leaves are two examples that occur to me in which the setting is so strong that it influences the whole story. Download this worksheet to help you brainstorm your own atmosphere!

If you find these worksheets helpful or would like to suggest improvements, please let me know!


Don't miss any future writing worksheets!

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

Roses, book & quill
HOW TO PLOT on one page
The Power of Plot Formulas
Writing Worksheet Index
How to Write a Novella
How to improve your writing
Story & Scene Idea Treasury
One Page Stories - Flash Fiction Inspiration
LITERARY wanderings
Writing Articles - Index
Write now...
The
One Page
Novel
keys
Online Course
Learn to Plot
Your Novel
on One Page
Romance Worksheet Bundle
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
Instagram
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 level up your craft...
01. Plot
keys

Structure your story on one page.

02. Character
apple

Build a framework for stronger characters.

03. Worldbuilding
compasses

Construct a model 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.

Subscribe to Blog via Email

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

Join 6,996 other subscribers.