"I'm not sure which edition to order, what do you suggest?"

First and foremost, this is a very flexible tool. It was designed to help a writer juggle all the business aspects of their writing career, not as a place to do all of that and plot out your next book*.

*That doesn't mean you can't use it for plotting, but you might find a lot of the features don't apply for plotting. And, depending on how you plot, you may not have enough room to manage the entire book and all of its marketing & promotion.

How about we start with a couple of questions to steer you in the right direction:

Do you currently have a daily-use planner you already love?

If yes, we recommend you keep using it and try the
Standard or the Expanded versions. Both of those were designed to work with your existing planner.

If no, please read below.

Are you looking for a project planner that also doubles as a daily-use planner?

We now offer two choices! You can stick with the large 8.5"x 11" format, and in that case we suggest you check out the
Deluxe models. They contain a two-page per week spread that you'd use throughout your day with hourly slots allocated for detailed planning. This edition takes the place of a regular planner, and becomes a one-planner-for-everything tool.

—> OR <—

You can take a look out our new line of Traveler's Notebook (TN) Inserts. These are slim notebooks inserted into a folio with center spine elastics, which is designed to hold the notebooks by feeding the elastic through the center page of the booklet. TNs come in a variety of materials, from leather and fabric to vinyl and paper. We sell limited quantities of "Paperdoris" (inexpensive TNs made from decorative card stock, craft foam sheets, and lamination), in our Etsy store.

Below is a comparison guide to see which features are incorporated in each edition. Any questions, please ask! You can reach us at support@plotyourwork.com or on