Top 5 Book Planners: Best Planners and Journals for Writers
If you're struggling to stay productive and organized while writing your book, consider using a book planner.
Much like preparing for a battle, planning is key to a successful book-writing process.
As Dwight D. Eisenhower once said, “Plans are worthless, but planning is everything.”
But what makes a good book-writing plan, and how do you go about creating one?
Fortunately, there are numerous practical and user-friendly book planners available, both in physical and digital formats, all designed specifically for writers.
Here are our top five book planners to help you plan your book.
Top 5 Physical Book Planners
- The Write Plan Planner by The Write Practice. This daily planner is designed to help writers finish their books and get published, and is created and sold by us! Cost: $39. Get it here.
- 52 Weeks of Writing: Author Journal and Planner by Mariëlle S. Smith. This weekly planner is designed to help writers develop a sustainable writing practice and includes thought-provoking quotes and prompts. Cost: $34.99. Get it here.
- Your Words Count: A Writing and Editing Planner to Help You Finish Your Book by Lacey Impellizeri. This large-format, six-month writing and editing journal is designed to help writers develop the discipline needed to finish their books. Cost: $12.99. Get it here.
- Writer's Workbook: A Personal Planner with Tips, Checklists and Guidelines by Tanja Hanika. This paperback notebook provides clear guidelines, checklists, and planning structures for aspiring writers. Cost: $14.53. Get it here.
- The Ultimate Author Planner by Author Blueprints. This set of printable plans is designed to help writers through every step of the writing, publishing, and marketing process. Cost: $8.87. Get it here.
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