Inside One Stop For Writers: Unique Templates & Worksheets

A Look Inside One Stop’s Templates & Worksheets

As you can imagine with an online library, there are many nooks and crannies to explore. One of my favorite places is up in The Stacks where we keep our Templates and Worksheets. (click to enlarge)

Fear Worksheet OS

Pictured above is the Character Fears Template. By following the prompts, you brainstorm a character’s secrets, failures, greatest mistakes, relationship issues, wounding events, situations he avoids, the lies he believes, etc. so it uncovers the thing he fears most…which, in Character Arc, is the very thing he must face and defeat to become whole and achieve his objective or goal.

Templates are easy to use. You can fill them out right at One Stop and the information transforms into a helpful “wheel” showing how everything ties together. This is terrific for planning and plotting, and will also help keep you focused on your character’s motivation in each scene. Once a Template is created, you can save and access it onsite, or export it to your computer for printing. Try creating one for each character in your book!

one-stop-for-writers-lg(We’re also building new ones as we go, so if you have an idea for a template or worksheet that you’d really like to see, make sure to submit your Wishlist Idea through the CONNECT button at One Stop.)

You can register at any time for free and poke around. Go check out the Templates and Worksheets for yourself, and see what you think!

Before you go…

Are you an author frustrated by low sales and the difficult slog to building a readership? Swing by and check out the tools and strategies I discuss in my article at Jane Friedman’s blog: How Authors Can Find Their Ideal Reading Audience

Happy Writing,




Angela is a writing coach, international speaker, and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also is a founder of One Stop For Writers, an online library packed with powerful tools to help writers elevate their storytelling.
This entry was posted in Character Flaws, Characters, Emotion, Experiments, Fear, Motivation, One Stop For Writers, Uncategorized, Writing Craft, Writing Time. Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Inside One Stop For Writers: Unique Templates & Worksheets

  1. Sophia Sasson says:

    Where did the discount code go? I came back to find it and it’s gone!

    • Hi Sophia,

      The code was only a launch week promotion, from October 7th to 14th. You can register for free however, and check One Stop out to see if it is the right tool for you. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the email reminder about signing up! I love the new site – it is going to be forever bookmarked on my computer and signed up for a full year, as I cannot imagine not needing this forever! Well done and thank you!

  3. That’s awesome! I am so glad you’re finding inspiration there. And thanks for posting, because Becca’s right–the excitement of our users is what keeps us going, and want to keep making this resource better and better. 🙂

  4. shelley says:

    I have probably enjoyed more page clicks on the new web site these last many days, Angela, than I have mandatory lungfuls of air. I cannot say enough times (most often to your avatar) just how impressed, grateful and enthusiastic I am over your new clubhouse.
    Giddy. Probably the best word I can use to describe the feeling.
    So thank you. And a huge congratulations on the incredible work – to all three of you.

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