Let’s admit it, readers: we all love a good death scene. Whether we’re ugly-crying because we loved the character so much and OH, THE INJUSTICE, or punching the air and cheering because that villain got what they deserved… There’s nothing like a well-crafted death scene to elicit a strong reaction in a reader. But how […]
I currently use OneNote and the Outlining Your Novel Workbook to plan novels, but I’ve been intrigued by bullet journaling for a while and know a few people who love it. On the other hand, it seems like a lot of extra work. What do you think? Have you done it?
“You may have seen the terms ‘bullet journal’ or even #bujo floating around lately. Bullet journaling is a hugely popular method of organising, documenting and reflecting on your day-to-day life. It’s a customisable combination of journal, diary, notebook, to-do list – and anything else you want to add, really! Bullet journals are used by all manner of people, but they can be especially useful for writers. A bullet journal can help you set writing goals, plan novels, track your progress, practise all-important self-care, and much more. This guide provides everything you need to know about starting a bullet journal and using it to improve and enhance your writing process. We’ll be covering everything from setting up basic journal pages to plotting an entire novel using your #bujo – so let’s dive right in! Before we get…”