StoryPlanner.com Monthly Story Plan Competition

StoryPlanner.com Monthly

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Objective

To use a specified Story Plan screenplay template to define story structure in a compelling way.

Deadline/Entry Fees

15th of every month

Entry fee: FREE

Rules

The specified story plan must be submitted to competitions@storyplanner.com before midnight GMT on the 15th of each month.

The prizes (as specified in the blog post detailing each competition) plus year’s subscription to Story Planner will be given to the best entry in the opinion of the judges. We will not publish any of the created plans unless the author gives permission for this, and like every plan devised on the site the full copyright for the idea remains with the author.

There is no minimum or maximum word length, but entrants should bear in mind that each Story Planner plan is devised to showcase a story’s structure in a brief format.

Writers can submit as many competition entries as they wish.

The judges decision is final in all cases (But if you don’t win we hope it was a useful exercise to think about your story with a new planning method!)

Awards

Prizes will include free premium subscriptions to StoryPlanner.com, plus prizes of writing books and courses (varying each month.)

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Contest News

Story Planner Offers Writing Plans Online

Story Planner aims to be the home for story planning online. The new website offers online tools for every aspect of screenplay preparation, from recording new ideas to crafting story structure, developing character outlines, creating log lines and synopsis, or planning scenes. Story Planner gives writers the opportunity to save their notes in project files, and prepare the groundwork for writing their novel, short story or screenplay.

Writers can choose from a range of popular planning methods including Save the Cat, The Hero's Journey, the Moral Premise, Syd Field's Paradigm and many more. The site also offers a forum, with a facility to share a writing plan for feedback from other writers. Monthly free to enter competitions give writers the chance to practise their story structure skills.

Joanne Bartley who founded Story Planner said, "I trained as a screenwriter and went from being a writer who wrote entirely instinctively to someone who loved the structure of a writing plan. I think structure plans can guide any writer's creativity."

"I created Story Planner because so many writers use plans from books, character worksheets, or download or create spreadsheet templates, but there was nowhere that offered all of these in one place. So I made the Story Planner site to offer all my favourite plans and give writers the ability to save and edit the plans online."

Story Planner has collaborated with many authors and screenwriters to offer their plans online, including Karen Weisner, Graeme Shimmin, Stanley D. Williams (the Moral Premise), Libbie Hawker (Outline your books, for faster, better writing ), Randy Ingermanson (the Snowflake Method), and Save the Cat.

Joanne said, "I wanted the site to offer a wide range of plans because I know writing methods are personal, so we designed the site so writers can 'favourite' their preferred plans ready to use for every project. I intend the site to grow over time, and welcome writers getting in touch with suggestions of new plans to add."

Story Planner is free to use, with premium membership offering additional features.

For full details visit StoryPlanner.com

Updated: 02/27/2016

StoryPlanner.com Monthly Story Plan Competition

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