One is basic, the second includes prompts to get you thinking and asking questions of your story and characters. Katie is a member of Romance Writers of America and the Editorial Freelancers Association.
She has had essays published in and is currently writing a contemporary romance novel.
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We can all remember great characters from stories, sometimes more readily than the story itself.
But what is it that makes a particular character appealing?
Some writers are plotters, some are pantsers (writing by the seat of their pants), and some are a combination of both.
I think at some point almost all writers have been on both sides of this (feel free to comment if I’m wrong! For those writers that are in need of a little plotting help to get the story back on track if you feel like you’ve lost it, to have an idea of where it’s heading, or to lay out the entire story, here are links to plot worksheets that may help you. Jami Gold’s Story Planning Worksheets Jami has created numerous worksheets for writers. She has worksheets based on the teachings from other writers, plus some she has created on her own.