Welcome to the Astrohaus blog!
We're here to talk about writing success.
A quick confession: we have no idea what that means. How can you know when your words, your book, your career is successful? Is it the number of Twitter followers you collect? A collection of positive reviews that show up when your name is Googled? Or is there even such a thing as a universal indicator of writing success? How do you achieve it?
In this space, we're exploring the struggles and victories that come with being a wordsmith. We're sharing tips, thoughts, and tools here on this blog, and we've tapped some of our favorite writers to lend us their wisdom, too.
If you're interested in contributing or have a suggestion for the types of posts you'd like to see on the blog, send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What is the Snowflake Method?
First, a droplet of water freezes to a particle of dust, creating an ice crystal. As this crystal moves through the atmosphere, water vapor freezes to the outside of it, growing and building the flake’s unique structure. In this analogy, your story’s premise is the original ice crystal, and you build outwards from there.