The Writer Wheel

This is just a brief post but I thought that any fellow Writers out there might appreciate this idea that I found on Pinterest (I don’t know who designed it, I’m afraid):


It is limited, but it does offer quick access to broader vocabulary and themes.  As an exercise, it might even be an idea to create a wheel of your own, which could be far broader, based upon your most used written words from your own projects.

Likewise, this type of tool could be helpful for children who are developing their written language skills.

It would even be possible to create a pictoral wheel to assist with creating scenes, settings and associated imagery.

In my work as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, I often us the blank wheel as a ‘mind mapping’ tool.

If you try this, do leave a comment to let me know how helpful you found it.




2 comments on “The Writer Wheel”
  1. Laura Black says:

    Thanks for sharing this. I can see how it could be a really great tool both for writing and for therapy. Laura

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    1. Thank you for commenting, Laura. I’m delighted you found this post helpful. Best wishes, Dean.

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