How to plan a novel using the snowflake method

Editing_and_proofreading_blog_71Opinions vary about whether & how much you should plot out any piece of writing. Planning can save a lot of problems, but it can also kill the spark of originality. If you over plan the project you might find that by the time you come to make a start you are bored with the whole thing.

After all, a novel is a work of art, not a practical thing like a trip to Ikea.

The snowflake method sounds like an interesting approach. If you have tried it I’d be interested to know what you think.

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I am a freelance editor and proofreader. I work with a wide range of clients, from companies to self publishing authors. I can help you to communicate clearly in print or on line by providing a fresh pair of eyes, carrying out a final check, or by suggesting ideas to improve the flow of your message.
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