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June Author Interview Answer #4: “Do short stories make better mystery books?”
Posted by The Owl Lady on July 29, 2014 in About the Author, Author Interviews-Spotlights-and-Guests
We are now coming to the 4th question of the June Author Interview series. We had posted the answer for the first three question recently. If you have not read the post, do it so now to learn more about them. So, it’s time to check out the answers for the 4th question from the Murder Mystery/Thriller/Suspense/Horror genre participating in the group interview. “Shorter stories (below 350 pages) are better for mystery/thriller or suspense books. Do you agree with this statement? Do you think the suspense elements in a book are difficult to retain when the story is longer?”
Just in case if you are wondering who we are interviewing this month, you can check out this link and get all your author friends from The Memoirs/Biography genre to participate in the next group interview.
1) Author #1: J. J. DiBenedetto
In general, I think that makes sense. With mysteries, you also run into…