Why understanding each suspect’s relationship to the victim, builds suspense in your mystery novel.
If you are writing, you are a writer. Steps to overcome negative self-talk about your writing.
The first chapter of your mystery is your reader’s first impression. You don’t get a second chance. Learn the five first-chapter elements to hook your reader into reading the rest of your mystery.
How to strengthen the role of your mystery’s hidden villain.
Tips to get your reader into the story and keep turning pages.
Tips to create three-dimensional, believable suspects to confound your mystery sleuth and keep readers guessing until the end.
Discover how clues, conflict, tension, and twists work together to build anticipation and keep readers turning pages.
Five ways to brainstorm stakes for your mystery novel.
Tips to keep writing when you lose perspective on your story.
How metaphors work in storytelling, and how they add impact to your story.