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I didn’t give up on writing my novel. I kept trying and reading things that I hoped would help me progress in my goal. As I was looking for more novel writing tips I discovered that Randy had written this little parable about an author who used the Snowflake Method. I immediately purchased it in hopes that I would figure out what I was missing.
This little story is awesome! Not only is it entertaining (I’m 44 and I actually LIKED reading about Goldilocks and the Big Bad Wolf) but it is very educational. It was like actually being at this fictional writer’s conference and hanging out with Goldilocks as she figured things out.
Several times during the book I was so inspired I put it down and started working on my novel, but eventually I couldn’t stand the suspense and just had to finish reading the darn story so that I could find out what happened. Now I’m going through it again, making notes and using the tips in this book as I work on my novel with renewed fervor.
Long story short, while I don’t have a novel yet I have a MUCH better grasp of the Snowflake Method - and a much better idea of how to craft a kick-butt novel.
For those who want to write, READ THIS BOOK. Then snag a copy of “Oxygen” to read an amazing full-length novel that was written using the Snowflake Method.
I liked this book much better than the “Writing Fiction For Dummies” though I liked that one as well. It has all of the meat and the fluff is more educational (and entertaining) than traditional “how-to” books.
I know the information will be valuable, but I am sorry I want the information not hear about how Goldilocks wants to write a book change the names and it would be somewhat tolerable. I am going to try to push through it, but I have little to no desire to at this moment.
While I do understand this is targeted more for the people looking to get their feet wet in the writing industry and have something to use in order to help them get their direction, I have to admit that even for a beginner, the Goldilocks story was a little insulting. I got through a few chapters and then, I just felt like I was being talked down to more than given a good system.
I skipped to the 74% mark to get to the system, which means it only takes up about 20% of the real book. The system itself is fine and if you are willing to wade through the set up story or skip to the beginning of the system, then you'll be good to go.
The system in itself is a bit of an amalgam of some of the other systems I have heard about in the past. It is little snippets here and little snippets there. Read it, but just keep in mind you might have heard this before.
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