First Draft Checklist


For the last few weeks I have been writing about first draft planning. Visual aids are a great way to help keep you on track. They also act as a safety net when you veer off course. This worksheet will help you with that. You can follow this link to help you fill it out.

Print it out, fill it in and stick it to your wall.

Happy writing.

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 by Mia Botha

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Alma van As

    Dear Mia,
    Thank you for this valuable tool for writing. I am a new writer and I have fumbled my way through the first draft of my first book. This will help me with my shaky plot. I love all the other posts that I have received from writerswrite. They have all been extremely useful for my stumbling venture into the writers world.

    Regards & best wishes
    Alma

  2. Mia Botha

    Thank you, Alma. I am glad that you find it helpful. Keep writing, you will find your stride. Good luck!

  3. Michelle Wallace

    Thanks for sharing Mia!

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