Free Resources

I hear you're looking for one (or more) of the free writing resources. Well, you're in the right spot. Let me pour you a cup of tea and we can begin ...

All of these resources are free to share with whomever you choose (in person or online), so long as you share where you found them and don’t claim the content as your own. Most of them will download directly to your computer or mobile device upon clicking the provided links.

If you have any questions or difficulties with a download, send me an email at victoriafry@somethingdelicious.co and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can!

Quick-Jump Resource List

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Create an Epic Character Foundation
Bullet Journal Checklists
Character Creation Worksheets
Writing Prompts
Writing Life Wheel

Create an Epic Character Foundation

A printable PDF workbook, designed to help you dive into the everyday details of a character's life (past, present and future) so that you have some truly unique material to draw on for your amazing story!

Download: Lined Workbook (PDF)

Download: Unlined Workbook (PDF)

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Bullet Journal Checklists

These checklists originally accompanied blog posts about bullet journaling for writers. Each blog post is linked below the appropriate checklist, if you’d like to wander that way!

Download: Bullet Journaling Checklist (PDF)
Blog Post: Bullet Journaling for Fiction Writers

Download: Bullet Journaling: Characters Checklist (PDF)
Blog Post: How to Add Characters to Your Writing Bullet Journal

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Character Creation Worksheets

These worksheets originally accompanied a three-part blog series on the basics of character creation. Each blog post is linked below the appropriate worksheet, if you’d like to take a peek.

Download: Character Creation: The Name Game (PDF)
Blog Post: How to Name a Character

Download: Character Creation: Physicality (PDF)
Blog Post: How to See and Hear a Character

Download: Character Creation: Important Relationships (PDF)
Blog Post: Discover Your Character's VIPs

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Writing Prompts

Throughout the year, I add new writing prompts to this collection. In the past, they’ve often focused on character development, but I’m excited to start including prompts on world-building and other aspects of storytelling in the future!

Click here to explore the collection of writing prompts (Google Doc).

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Writing Life Wheel

"A Writing Life Wheel is a visual representation of the parts of your life that connect to your writing - like your support network and your goals - and how satisfied you are in each, on a scale of 1 to 5."

If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the state of your writing life, spending a few minutes with a Writing Life Wheel is an awesome way to figure out where things have gone wrong and how to start piecing them back together.

Download: Blank Writing Life Wheel (PDF)
Blog Post: How to Use a Writing Life Wheel

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