Writing

A World For Readers To Fall Into

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As writers & readers I’m sure we can all appreciate that it’s in the details when it comes to creating a world. Whether that be a fantasy world, sci-fi or just an adaptation of our own – readers appreciate the details, as they make it authentic.

I for one, love any world that is detailed enough for me to come up with other stories to fit into that world. Good examples of this are of course: Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings and TV programs like Revolution, Falling Skies and X Files.

I’ve searched the internet high and low for worksheets and exercises to create a world this well constructed. It’s taken a long time as many things I’ve come across are only for partial world building – what I mean by this is, a single worksheet about magic in the world, or a different site that talks about developing language. None of them seem to include as much as physically possible.

That’s not to say that I’ve managed such a feat. There will come a day when I go over this workbook and embellish it – delve into the sections more and make it an even bigger project than it already is.

I’ve used this workbook with all of my story plans – and am still using it with things that are being planned now. It has worked well for me and so I hope it will work for you too.

I’ve tried to compile all of the things to consider into one workbook but I might recommend using extra paper or creating word docs of your own to expand on the sections I’ve written about if need be.

Click here: world-building-workbook

I hope you find this useful – it really has been a joy making it.

For anyone wanting to check out the wide range of worksheets and booklets available to you on this site then just hop on over to this post here: Writer Resources you can find all sorts on there about world building, character development, story ideas and much more!

Happy Writing! 🙂

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