August Daily Brainstorming – Plot

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Consider a subplot in your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

Which characters will be involved in this subplot? What are the story goal(s) for each character?


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To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

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August Daily Brainstorming – Setting

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Consider one of the rooms where your story takes place, in your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

Are there windows? If so, how many and on which walls? Describe the view from the window(s).

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Character

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Pick a character, any character, from your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

Is your character good or bad at interpersonal relationships? How does this show up in their life?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Plot

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Consider the protagonist from your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

What is keeping them from the primary goal and how? What is driving them toward the primary goal and how?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Setting

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Consider a building or structure where your story takes place, in your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

Are outdoor smells associated with this building, like a coal plant nearby, or fields of flowers? What does it smell like inside?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Character

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Pick a character, any character, from your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

What does your character think of themself? Why? What do they want others to think of them? Why?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Plot

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Choose two characters from your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

In what ways do these characters work together? In what ways do they work against each other?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Setting

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Consider the region where your story takes place, in your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

What are the spoken and unspoken rules of etiquette? How important is compliance? What happens if someone ignores them?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Character

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Pick a character, any character, from your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

Does your character drink or do drugs? What kind? How often? Describe them when they are drunk or high.

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!

 

August Daily Brainstorming – Plot

Win a Kindle Fire 7, plus lifetime access to extra Brainstorm Your Book worksheets!

I am choosing a random monthly winner from all commenters who answer brainstorming prompts from Brainstorm Your Book.


Choose two characters from your work-in-progress or an upcoming fiction book…

 

What will they think of each other by the end of the book? What steps will be required to achieve that relationship?

 


To learn more or find additional tools for brainstorming your next fiction project, check out Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel.

Brainstorm Your Book: Planning the Parts of Your Next Novel is a hands-on, pen-to-paper, rubber-to-road workbook to help you generate ideas for all the elements of your next fiction book—character, setting, plot, and theme—to produce a more robust first draft, and more complete later versions. Whether you are writing your first book or your fifty-first, no matter your genre or personal process, Brainstorm Your Book will spark creativity, increase productivity, and make writing your novel a whole lot more fun.

In a series of questions, prompts, and exercises, Brainstorm Your Book probes your imagination, pulling small and large details from your creative mind and the world around you. The workbook will introduce you to your characters and help build solid friendships with them, show you both a bird’s-eye and closeup view of your settings, generate action to drive the plot forward, and enhance the underlying messages in your manuscript. It will walk you, step-by-step, through choices you might never have considered, act as a catalyst driving progress through the whole first draft, and increase your chances of ending with a high-quality finished novel.

Click here to learn more!

For more tools, tips. and tricks to improve your writing, go to Mari’s new Patreon page and sign up!