Randy Ingermanson is a theoretical-physicist-turned-author who uses the same left-brain logic from his first career to organize his right-brain’s creativity when writing a novel. He is famously known for his novel structuring process called the Snowflake Method.
I find the method to be interesting and helpful, but the actual article expounding it a bit long-winded (approx. 3,500 words in length). I felt it would have been nice to have more of a bird’s-eye-view of the process.
So I decided to create a summary of it myself. Or rather, summaries. They are basically brief overviews of the same article just organized/presented in different ways (because I feel it helps in creating multiple neural connections). Feel free to check them out here: Snowflake Method Summaries & print out any you prefer.
Description of Each Summary
posts in series:
- Part 1: Writing Method: Snowflake by Randy Ingermanson (Printable Summaries)
- Part 2: Writing Method: 7-Point System by Dan Wells (Printable Summaries)
- Part 3: Writing Method: Writing into the Dark (Pantsers) by Dean Wesley Smith
- Part 4: Writing Method: Making a Mess by Me 🙂
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