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Excel Worksheets For Writers


If you haven't come across Jami Gold in your writing career, you probably haven't needed to know anything about story structure, story beats and how to master these creative writing techniques for your novels.

Jami says and I quote "The writing community is fortunate to have many great resources" but Jami is amongst those special people sharing writing resources to other writers.

I've often stumbled upon Jami's writing posts and long ago found her Beat Sheets for writers, which help a writer pinpoint the pages in their story structure. Jami seems to be a Excel Guru and has ample sheets for writers, so it was no surprise when I Googled for a beat sheet for Michael Hauge's story structure and found one by Jami!

Being one to devour Excel (for breakfast, lunch, and dinner I imagine) I found just what I was looking for from Jami. She has developed loads of writers worksheets to help all writers, from plotters of story structure to pantsers (those who write by the seat of their pants).

Thank you Jami!


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