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How To Write That Great Mystery Novel—-And What Not To Do.

Happy sunday everyone . Here is our recommendation of the week for aspiring writers . Recommended reading. #amwriting #writingcommunity.

A Writer's Existence

Writing a mystery novel doesn’t have to be a difficult task. If you follow a few simple rules and leave some crumbs along the way, you will have crafted one fantastic story. Follow the tips in the articles listed below, and you will be on your way to writing your next excellent Mystery Novel that will keep readers guessing and wondering what will happen next. These integral yet straightforward tips will have you burning through your first draft in no time flat. With that said, here is a vlog on writing a mystery novel and what not to do, it will also get your gears turning and set you up for plotting your next book—that awesome Mystery😉

Taking the Mystery Out of How to Write a Mystery

By Dennis Palumbo


If you saw the season-ending episode of Monk, do you remember the clue that helped catch the killer?

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Thirteen Thoughts On Writing

Hello Everyone. For all our followers, readers and family aspiring of writing and dreaming to be a published author in digital or print media, here is a recommendation for reading from us. #readingrecommendation #radiosanrecommends .Happy reading and Enjoy self-development in our #Lifehobbyclub.

BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

By Paul Skenazy

  1. Writing is an invitation to humility—you realize you’re on the wrong track, you’ve lost connection with a scene, an emotion, a voice. The return on that humility is when your imagination lets you slip into someone else’s skin. The tales you come up with tell the story you are trying to tell when you sit down to write and also the story of the years you spend working on the book. Rendering a/your life into art changes you.
  2. Trust your intuitions but trust (admit) that you don’t understand what your intuitions are telling you. They have their own truth and direction; your job is to follow where they lead. This doesn’t mean you don’t exert control, but you don’t exert as much control as you think you do. And you are often at your best when you don’t.
  3. Defend your story; don’t give up on it. At…

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I’ve been thinking

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Teri Carter's Library


I’ve been thinking about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And my grandmother.

My grandmother raised 9 children. When she was pregnant with her second, she was out one sunny afternoon with girlfriends when their car ran up under a semi truck. They all lived, but my grandmother suffered severe facial damage: her nose was badly broken, her teeth were shoved up into her face, and her lower lip was all but ripped off.

Her pregnancy remained intact, but my grandfather would not allow a plastic surgeon to touch her. An intern crudely sewed her lip back on. They pulled all of her teeth and ordered cheap dentures. Then my grandfather took my once-stunningly beautiful grandmother home with an admonishment, “Maybe this will keep you from going out running around.”

My grandmother was 22 years old.

I’ve been thinking about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And Otto…

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