Shirley Gould

I purchased the 2018 planner and have used it this year to organize different aspects of my works in progress.

Using the Dreamboard Writing page I was able to see the fiction books I'm working on and the non-fiction books that are on the back burner in one place. It gave me an overview of my writing career that drives my passion to keep putting words on pages.

The 90-Day Goals pages have helped me keep the craft of writing and the business of writing plotted and planned. An agent requested the first five chapters of my novel, three devotionals, a table of contents for a non-fiction book I'm writing for ladies, and an extended bio as well as my original proposal and platform. During this time I also hired a virtual assistant to work on my social media projects. This one page was amazing for organizing this work-load.

The A Month at a Glance pages helped me keep track of my progress in an orderly fashion. The Storycrafting pages in the back of the book are amazing. I've used them to plot, plan and do a rough story plot of a Christmas novella I'm writing. I plan to use the November calendar to post and track my progress for NaNoWriMo. The My Story Matters planner is a great tool for any writer. I plan to purchase the 2019 edition and encourage inspiring authors to utilize this tool. It will help you write something brilliant.

Tari Faris