Writing Worksheet Wednesday: What Next?

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Writing Worksheet – What Next? (PDF)

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

A novel, even a short one of 50,000 words, comprises many more happenings than one might expect. If you find yourself at this mid-way point of the month, nearing the end of your outline but not your word count, it’s probably because you haven’t eked out enough from your characters and your story. Repurpose elements you’ve already introduced and you’ll earn yourself a tidy 700 words per scene, and hopefully the extra momentum to finish your novel!

P.S. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to try a try/fail cycle and a mini-quest!


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