This is my favorite. Read more about Randy Ingermanson’s Snowflake Method here. Photo by Egor Kamelev from Pexels
“How do I write this story?” Take a deep breath. Writing a novel or short story starts with writing one word. Then one sentence. Then
I haven’t done National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in four years. I got busy with other projects, but this year I’m in a position to
When it came to my novel, I honestly didn’t think I’d have to do that. But, here I am, the stage of my novel where I am going over each scene, and I am “killing my darlings.” I want to keep most of the scenes, but I have a criteria I go over that may tell me otherwise.
Now if you are not a math whiz, don’t let this scare you: The Snowflake Method of writing a novel follows the same idea of
For National Novel Writing Month, I wrote a rough draft of a novel called The Deity Run. Instead of “rough draft,” a more accurate term