The Writer’s Bookshelf: Recommended References and Writing Resources (Episode 11: Discussing “Using the Snowflake Method” by Randy Ingermanson)

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Welcome back to The Writer’s Bookshelf. Continuing on the theme of writing well-structured stories through the aid of plotting and/or pantsing methods, this week we turn to a different kind of method that challenges both plotting and pantsing: the Snowflake Method. In his books, How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method and How to Write a Dynamite Scene Using the Snowflake Method, Randy Ingermanson teaches readers how to write novels using his signature move, the Snowflake Method.

Want to learn more about the Snowflake Method and why it may help you if you squirm at the idea of plotting or pantsing? Read Randy Ingermanson’s books. Want to learn more about his books? Watch my video, in which I discuss them and set the record straight on whether you, too, should read them (and why getting copies of these books is better for your writing career than you may realize; hint: It may provide you access to something you’ll really want, for free!).

Don’t forget to discuss what you’ve learned from these books and this series in the comments below, and on the YouTube channel. Not sure if you’ve been doing that, but you should.

How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method

Randy Ingermanson

Website

Amazon Metadata:

·  Paperback: 234 pages

·  ISBN-10: 1500574058

·  ISBN-13: 978-1500574055

·  Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st Edition (July 18, 2014)

How to Write a Dynamite Scene Using the Snowflake Method

Randy Ingermanson

Website

Amazon Metadata:

·  Paperback: 154 pages

·  ISBN-10: 1937031187

·  ISBN-13: 978-1937031183

·  Publisher: Ingermanson Communications, Inc.; 1st Edition (May 11, 2018)

Check out other entries in the Writer’s Bookshelf series here.

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