Planning for Writers
20 pages of Planner Printables specially made for Writers and includes Writing log, Reading log, Yearly Writing Schedule Generator, etc.
“You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.”
― Jodi Picoult
“Start writing, no matter what.
The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.”
— Louis L’Amour
If you aspire to write more books and be prolific, YOU NEED A PLAN.
Failing to plan is planning to fail.
When you have a clear plan on how to tackle your current and upcoming projects along with an actionable manner of setting goals that become reality rather than remain as distant dreams, you can achieve anything that you put your mind to.
Read Write Inspire presents you with this course that clearly explains through step-by-step videos how you can
- create a writing schedule for 2019
- plan your monthly goals,
- create a weekly schedule
- maintain a monthly writing log and
- arrange your days for bringing out your best.
The course explains the right way to do a brain dump along with how your brain dump must be organised into a To-Do matrix to ensure you can get stuff done without the overwhelm.
Along with this course, you will receive 8 pages of Writing-specific templates such as:
- Writing Log (Monthly)
- Reading Log
- Book Review Brainstorm sheet
- Writing Schedule generator, etc
You will also receive 14 pages of general undated planner printables that comprise:
- Monthly Goals
- Monthly Planner
- Weekly Goals
- Weekly Schedule
- Daily schedule
- Meal Planning
- Financial Planning
- Brain Dump
- Eisenhower Matrix
- Notes Page
The course includes more than 100 minutes of video explaining how to use the templates.
I'm the founder of Read Write Inspire, a writer's studio filled with resources and actionable advice, that will increase your productivity, improve your writing skills and help you build a strong author platform.
I have authored three books that have been traditionally published. You can check them out at www.archanasarat.com
My first book, a psychological crime thriller, Birds of Prey, has gathered wide acclaim for being a gripping and pacy read. I am also the author of Tit for Tat, a collection of thriller flash fiction stories. My third book, Tales from the History of Mathematics, shows how math evolved over the years through twenty-six short stories.
My articles and short stories have been published in various popular newspapers, magazines and anthologies like The Times of India, The Economic Times, The Free Press Journal, The SEBI and Corporate Laws Journal, The CA Newsletter, Me Magazine, the Science Reporter, the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, the NaNoWriMo India Anthology, the Writersmelon Jukebox Anthology and many more.
Though I am a Chartered Accountant by qualification, I took up my childhood love for writing as my vocation. I have a Diploma in Creative Writing from The Writers Bureau, UK.
I have conducted Creative Writing Workshops for both children and adults at various educational institutions and literary festivals. I love sharing my knowledge and experiences with writing, publishing and creating a robust author platform with all writers and thereby give back to the society that nurtured and encouraged me.