Science Fiction authors often create never before seen worlds and lifeforms. It is particularly challenging to keep these and other aspects of a novel consistent and true, especially if you write a series. I know. When I first started writing the EUROPA Saga books, I hate notes everywhere – post-its, pieces of paper, notebooks, even back of envelopes. Anywhere where there was a space to write down something. Then, when it came time to double check what I had just written was accurate, I had a mountain of notes to go through. It was both frustrating and time consuming, time that I could have spent writing. To simplify matters, I developed a record to write down all the important information about each book. Realizing other writers were probably having the same problem as myself, I decided to share my writing journal created specifically for Science Fiction writers. • Inside the journal are the following:• Title and Author information• Main and secondary characters – names, physical descriptions, traits and characteristics• Minor characters – names and descriptions• Created worlds – names and descriptions• Plot and Subplots• Chapter information – up to 48 chapters• Website and Copyright detailsThis companion will help both the experienced and the new author keep their imagined world correct and consistent.