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WritePhobia is all about getting over your writing blocks, so we build tools to help different aspects of your writing. Whether you need guidance on structuring your first novel, the fundamentals of dialogue, or a deep-dive into worldbuilding, we've got you covered.
Try the "27 Chapter Outline" or "Seven-Point Story Structure" methods for planning and writing a novel.
Use our deep-dive Workbooks when you want to develop a rich character or fascinating world.
We also have Workbooks that target writing skills, like dialogue, pacing, action, and sensory description.
Workbooks don't ask you to watch lengthy videos on theory. They ask you to write. A Workbook might challenge you to explore a character's childhood, to write a scene where your character fails at their goal, or to develop a character's unique voice through a series of exercises.
Prices range from "free" to $30. Once unlocked, workbooks can be used as many times as you want. We'll back up your work in the cloud, too.
Some workbooks are more like worksheets, and only take a couple hours to complete. Other courses are multi-month long intensives that produce the first draft of a novel.
Most Workbooks are designed to be used on each of your writing projects, and export nicely to mesh with your favorite writing tools. Use the "Worldbuilding Deep-Dive" worksheet for your next fantasy novel, then export your notes to Word.
Why we think our Workbooks are better than textbooks, Udemy, or YouTube.
You're not stuck to a video, and there's no time pressure to finish a project before your subscription runs out.
Our Workbooks are designed in collaboration with professional working authors, and target the specific skills or habits you should be building to become a better writer.
We design our workbooks to guide you through real writing challenges. Use a Workbook to develop your characters better, to bring your workbuilding to life, or to make your dialogue pop.