Some time ago, I published a post called How to Start a Writer’s Notebook. It turned out to be a hit on Pinterest this week (Spring is writing journal season–who knew?), so I decided to make a few free, printable writer’s journal pages to say thank you! It’s always interesting to see which posts connect with people. (And if you want to give me feedback on other resources you’d like, click the button below to access the Writer’s Resource Library. There’s a super quick, five-question survey in the library 🙂 )
When you download the PDF, you can resize it to print to fit your journal. (Here’s an instructional video on how to do that.) Or, if you don’t have a writer’s journal, you can just print the pages and slip them into a binder or tape them into a notebook. You can even slide them into sheet protectors and use a dry erase marker and use them over and over again.
These journal pages are designed to help you brainstorm ideas for fascinating details, plots, characters, and settings. You can answer only the questions provided or use them as a springboard to create your own prompts.
Feel free to share this post with your local writing group and others who could use a fun, creative exercise!
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