mystery books

Science Fiction Future

By |September 25th, 2013|

Science Fiction Future

I’m happy to have science fiction thriller writer Michelle Muckley guest post today. Her new book is Identity X.

It was over twenty years ago that I sat down to watch The Terminator.  Besides the obvious lapse in parental responsibility (I was ten at the time) I was amazed at the concept of a […]

Using Research To Write A Historical Mystery Book

By |August 8th, 2013|

Using Research To Write A Book.  

This article comes from historical mystery author Connie Knight. She wrote Cemetery Whites.

I’ve been writing since junior high, but Cemetery Whites is the first novel I tackled and brought into being. It’s a cozy mystery, fun to read and fun to write. I chose the genre I love to […]

Using Research To Write A Historical Mystery Book

By |August 8th, 2013|

Using Research To Write A Book.  

This article comes from historical mystery author Connie Knight. She wrote Cemetery Whites.

I’ve been writing since junior high, but Cemetery Whites is the first novel I tackled and brought into being. It’s a cozy mystery, fun to read and fun to write. I chose the genre I love to […]

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels

By |May 10th, 2013|

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels. This post comes from mystery author Jan Christensen. She’s a writer that has experience in writing shorts stories and novels.

 

When I first made a firm decision to become a  writer, I decided that writing short stories could teach me a lot about how to make up a good […]

Writing a Mystery Book

By |March 27th, 2013|

Writing a Mystery Book
Writing a mystery book is exciting and highly rewarding. The guest post for today comes from conspiracy thriller author, A.E. Fairfield.

The mystery genre is hugely popular, topping bestseller charts week after week.  The good news: there’s a bigger market for your mystery than a “How to Raise Your Vampire Baby” book.  The […]

Writing a Mystery Book

By |March 27th, 2013|

Writing a Mystery Book
Writing a mystery book is exciting and highly rewarding. The guest post for today comes from conspiracy thriller author, A.E. Fairfield.

The mystery genre is hugely popular, topping bestseller charts week after week.  The good news: there’s a bigger market for your mystery than a “How to Raise Your Vampire Baby” book.  The […]