How to Write a novel Outline TemplateWriting a new outline template
A one-sided new plot formulation
These are some free, empty novel artwork I created for the One Page Novel Plot Formula. First is a Google Docs & Spreadsheets and the second is for Scrivener. I have added some header that can be used in Google Keep! You do not need to apply for an account to view this file.
Click'File > Get as....' to get the table or'File > Make a copy....' to copy it to your Google drive. Whilst I enjoy the three dimensional tactility of the One Page Novel size, it is finally necessary to translate the contour from the hardcopy to the computer. The table allows those of you who like a more straightforward way of plotting to input a brief explanation of each sequence and refresh your number of words as you write.
I have attached a brief synopsis of each step to refresh your memories and some example sequences to help you get into it. Spreadsheets have several additional bars that allow you to display several key figures side by side so that you can see when each one reaches a certain level.
When you switch between different types of POV, you may want to include another col to see which characters are associated with which scenes. I' ve input example sceneword counters for NaNoWriMo (up to 50,000) to give you an impression of how the spreadsheet works, but you can refresh the sceneword counters as you go, and the sums are recalculated automatical.
The One Page Novel Online Course is included in the game. In order to use the template, unpack it and then go to'File > New'. Click'Options > Template Import....' in the dialogue field. Navigate to the template files and attach them. You should have the template available in the "Fiction" section whenever you need it.
I like Scrivener, and if you use it for typing, I suggest you use this Scrivener template. Same information as the spread sheet, with the benefit that you don't have to refresh the number of words by hand! Again, I have used the NaNoWriMo 50K for the entire amount, but please upgrade as your history dictates.
Outputliner gives you a good idea of your number of scenes and theatrical words, while the cork-board screen allows you to quickly browse through your scenery overviews. One can also turn on synopsis in the outline, but I find it a little overloaded. If you want to create your own directory hierarchies, you can map each sequence to a level using the color of the labels.
No metadata boxes have been created for different signs or sub-plots, but you can just drag them in yourself and display them as outliners. When you need to know how to use Scrivener to sketch, write, edit or even blog, this is the best course on the topic.
Keep is a basic list management application. And if you use Google Docs a lot, it can be useful to create a tag with a memo for each level of One Page Novel, with scenes you can relate to as you write. Please unpack the headers.
Visit Google Keep and make a new Google Keep button. Maybe you'd like to call it something like "One Page Novel" or "Scene Ideas". Attach a new memo. If you want the chapters to appear in the order of the history, you can insert them in the opposite order (i.e., resolution, strength, loss, shift, bar, quest, trigger, stasis).
Include your scenic idea or summaries in the notes for each step. See the samples above, and if you are registered in The One Page Novel Course, you can find many more great scenes in the cheatsheets genre. For every single tone, I suggest you click on the "Three dots" symbol and select "Show checkboxes".
View a new or your current file in Google Docs. Now you should see your Google Keep notices in the Google Docs sdbar. To see only your idea scenes, click the magnifier symbol at the top of the side bar and type the name of the labels you selected.