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A List Of Mystery Resources [Mystery Month]

Originally posted on Rachel Poli:
This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through these links I’ll make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks so much for your support! I’ve gone through many books and websites researching the craft of mystery writing and also just research for mysteries and crime…

Thoughts on the craft #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
We who write all begin this journey with a story we think would make a great book, and a certain amount of natural talent for storytelling. However, unless we have an exceptional memory for the obscure and boring lectures we endured in grade-school grammar, authors who…

Five Thoughts On Writing #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
Today, I have five thoughts for your consideration: One: Some people don’t know what to do with commas and attempt to do without them altogether. This is not a good idea. Commas are to clauses what traffic signals are to streets—they govern the flow of traffic, although, in…

Character description: too much or not enough? #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
I love eBooks for the simple reason I have over 800 books, and I don’t have to dust them. I do buy paper books, but only those on writing craft or research for my work. I have managed to get nearly every book I ever loved…

em dash, en dash #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
Over the years, as I’ve become a professional writer, I have learned what I know about my craft by not only experiencing the editing process but by availing myself of the Chicago Manual of Style. I regularly attend seminars on writing craft and have invested in…

5 Reasons Why Flash Fiction Makes You A Better Writer #amwriting #MondayBlogs @Charli_Mills

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Hard truths about the industry #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
I love reading,  and always review the books I enjoyed. For every book I feel good about recommending, I may have to read six that are just plain awful. I’m not only talking Indies here—large publishing houses publish many novels every year that are a waste…

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