Mystery—Can I Write a Book in a Month

Today’s Daily Post prompt—MYSTERY Mystery is an excellent choice for me this month. November is NaNoWriMo and I’ve entered for the first time. I have written one mystery novel, The Neon Houses, available on Amazon.com http://amzn.to/2kSqdPX.  Houses was published in December, 2016, and it has received excellent reviews. Just like my readers, I have been waiting for […]

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4 Ways to Make Your Mystery Thrilling and Drive Your Readers Mad

You’ve finally finished your novel. It’s time to go back, edit for mistakes and clean up the countless things you didn’t have time to stop for as you were writing. Stopping meant slowing down the action on what you know is a stupendous, magnificent thriller. You’re excited! As you begin to read though, you wonder, […]

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A Collaborative Collection of Suspense!

  If you love suspense, then you can’t miss The Suspenseful Collection. These short stories are bound to keep you turning pages. Authors Kim Knight and Didi Oviatt have joined forces to create eight of the steamiest, spiciest, most suspenseful thrillers in a long while. Didi and Kim began this effort as a writing exercise that developed into a […]

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Why My Readers Fell In Love With My Bad Guy

I certainly didn’t intend to write a bad guy that my readers would love, but he just wouldn’t stay in the background. I’d intended for him to be low-key, dangerous, and despicable. However, as I added layers and brought dimension to his character, he stole the show! If the good guys were on the page […]

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How to Write a Page-Turner

I’ve stayed up all night reading a good book. Why? There was no good place to stop. Each chapter drew me right into the next chapter. That’s talent. I’m not that good yet, but that is my aim. I want to write a page-turner!

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