RANDOM ACTIONS:
Prolong
Disciplined
Cloud
Yield
Shy
Anchor
Shout

RANDOM STARTERS:
must
for men
tell if
which isn't
which
what did
kill

RANDOM TRAITS:
Countless
Afraid
Spotless
Off
Intolerant
Unsustainable
Dull
Tertiary

The Snowflake Article Template

Randy Ingermanson is a fiction writer, who have created a special approach to writing a novel. He calls this method “the snowflake method”, because the structure of his way of writing resembles the structure of a snowflake.

If you take a close look at a snowflake, then you will see that the smallest part of it repeats itself and thus creates the snowflake itself, just like fractals.

However, you do not have to write a novel in order to use this method. You can use it to create your article or blog post, too.

This is how to use the Snowflake Article Template:

1: If you already have an idea for an article, then boil it down to one sentence. If you do not have an idea, then find a sentence from another article that could be expanded.

Example: Let us say that you have written an article about how to train your dog by using clicker training. In this article, you mention that dogs love to do things that please their masters.

You can use this sentence as a basis for a whole new article. This would be the core pattern of your snowflake.

2: Turn your sentence into a five sentence paragraph. One of these sentences must form the beginning; another the end, and three sentences should form the middle.

3: Elaborate on each of your five sentences. Use your first sentence as a basis for your introduction. Use the last sentence as a basis for the end of your article, and build three paragraphs on the three middle sentences.

4: That is it. Add a bit of text to lead into your resource box, if you are writing for article syndication, traffic or back links.

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BASIC QUESTIONS:
Who
What
Why
Where
When
How

JOURNALIST QUESTIONS:
Who did that?
What happened?
Where did it take place?
When did it take place?
Why did that happen?
How did it happen?

FURTHER QUESTIONS:
Whom?
Which?
Whose?
How far? 
How long? 
How much? 
How many?
How come?
Why not?
Why didn't?