Utilize more planner space than ever before!
We're not just talking about a planner for writers in book form.
This one actually lies flat, helps you expand on plot ideas, and keeps track of your calendar—plus all the things I mention below, all in one place.
I've been working with indie authors for years now, and I've seen so many writers trying to grasp hold of what they need to do next for their book or try to remember they can still focus on promoting published books if they have them.
Most often, we get inspiration when we're out experiencing life (or right before we fall asleep), not when we're at our desks, which is more than a little inconvenient. And things like going to signings, keeping on top of word goals, and remembering what color hair you gave that side character tend to be recorded in different places.
A couple of years ago, I ventured into the world of bullet journaling, which is how I still plan things. It involves me taking time every week to design a spread that is custom to my needs, and a few months ago, it clicked that we need something custom like this in the writing community.
So I made one.
The Writer's Planner
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*If you are in the US, you can also get a discount on a Self-Edit Mug!
*If you are near Orlando, FL, you have the option to pick up your planner and/or mug.
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We designed it with writers in mind, and I picked the brains of a couple of my author clients to ensure it has what we authors need to keep track of and to organize everything we need for a year.
It is also undated, so you can start when you want, skip what you need, and finish when you're ready.
~ expense & revenue tracking to prepare for tax season
~ burrows for your plot bunnies, so your ideas never hop away again
~ spreads to expand on an idea when you're ready to turn it into a story
~ plotting worksheets to keep important information for your book all in one place - perfect for plotters AND pantsers
~ Novel-A-Month word tracker sheets for writing a certain number of words within a certain time period
~ trackers for the book signings you attend, keeping your travel confirmation numbers and expenses at a glance
~ goal setting and breaking goals down into achievable tasks
~ monthly spreads with highlighted goals, undated so you can start/skip/finish whenever you want
~ new release checklist and backlist promo tracking every month
~ a table of contents you can label to customize your plotting and monthly spreads
~ important contacts
~ weekly spreads with word goals every day
What you'll need:
~ the ability to write
~ a pen or pencil
~ your creativity
Check out the video I posted to Facebook when I got the proofs and flipped through the pages!
We treated The Writer's Planner like an author would treat their publication too. With meticulous formatting, too many "final" drafts, editing, and a professional cover design and printer, this workbook has every detail planned to the nines.
The links below will ship worldwide and the measurements include the spiral.
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Other authors and writers would love to hear what you think! Honest reviews are appreciated below, and if you have constructive feedback, I'd love to hear from you! Just message me: here.
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