How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method

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5 out of 5 stars
By S. Browne on 04-03-18


This is a great listen for all aspiring novelists who want to write their book

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs. N. Rees on 01-10-18

Excellent x

Easy to understand and implement not to mention entertaining. Highly recommend to any newbie writer x

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By SK8LING on 07-10-18

Somebody Hand Me A Flamethrower

The sample didn't seem so bad but hours and hours of it?! Oh. My. Dog. TORTURE, this was. Goldilocks is a such an annoying whiny jerk drama queen with a SERIOUS personality disorder, her classmates are no better and Baby Bear is so obviously a drug addict.
There's some good advice here couched in a whole lot of mind-numbing drivel; you might want to take quick notes from the get go so you NEVER have to endure this book again - go straight to chapter 20 where the whole thing is summarised. Better yet, go to the author's website advanced fiction writing dot com where it's all written down. Face palm.
Borrow it from the library if you're still curious, but I seriously do not recommend buying it. A fictional curse on everyone who raves about it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By RhonaF on 05-28-18

what a great book...

step by step for a complete novice like myself..takes you through the process witj a completely engaging story

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4 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 05-10-18

good advice

A great method for putting a book together. Set alongside a story, which may put some off. Skip to chapter 19 for straight talking guidance. Overall though some good advice

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By vicky on 12-12-17

this was a great book!

I was surprised how much the book hooked me. very clever way of explaining the Snowflake method within its own story book. I will definitely try to take on the Snowflake method with my first book x

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