How to refine your mystery suspects for the best reader engagement.
Introduction to three approaches to complete a first draft of your mystery novel
First marketing steps to tie your reader to your mystery.
Why understanding each suspect’s relationship to the victim, builds suspense in your mystery novel.
Planning makes writing go faster. But sometimes it feels as though you’re trying to squeeze your story into a plot structure. You are overthinking your story.
The genre differences between mystery, suspense, and thriller. Plus ten mystery elements you need to include in your mystery novel.
Tips to add excitement and mystery after the novel midpoint. How to focus on each section instead of rushing to the end.
Tips to plant clues about your villain but leaving the reveal to your sleuth.
Without an immediate connection with your sleuth, a reader is not motivated to follow them solving the puzzle in the rest of your novel.
Tips on using characters, twists, and clues to keep your mystery reader guessing until the end.