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A Cool Idea for Novel Writing: The Snowflake Method

There are several wonderful methods for developing a story. The one I have found most useful is The Snowflake Method by Randy Ingermanson (aka The Snowflake Guy).

Why do I find this one of the best methods out there? Because this process helps writers, from novice to accomplished, break down a daunting task into a manageable project. The Snowflake Method gives a writer the tools to grow the novel from a small, one sentence summary into a finished book.
If you’re looking for a clear and focused way to begin your story , check out Randy Ingermanson’s method: Click here

And, when you get a chance, let me know if this method helped you, as it did me.
Until Next Time,

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3 Responses to A Cool Idea for Novel Writing: The Snowflake Method

  1. Gordon Hill says:

    Great enhancement of mind mapping. Thanks, Gordon

    • mapoll says:

      Hello, Gordon Hill: Yes, the Snowflake Method is a great enhancement of mind mapping. It is helpful when I need to focus instead of brain storming in all those little bubbles. Haha. Thank you for your comment!

  2. Merlin D DuVall says:

    I have used mind-mapping for several years and like that implicit way the mind works with one word to get you implicit mind working. Snowflake is sort of fine-tuned example and a good one for writing. I use mind-mapping to get more details into a story section.   

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