Tagged: mystery-books

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Write in the morning, revise in the afternoon, read at night

Today one of my followers said that I ‘can’t write for toffee’. Yesterday, one more – a promoter – said that my Sophia von X book cover sucks – seems it all starts well, as usually 😂. My answer is clear – these kind of followers goes to ->>>>> spam ( I actually found it in my spam lol so, I’m thinking: approve it or block it?). I’m probably too...

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A love-hate relationship with the writing life…

My thriller, Sophia von X, is finally here. 👻 It took me 6 months and 3 very extensive weeks to finish the book. And now, when I’m thinking about all the work I’ve done, I’m realising I killed an insufficient amount of people. I’d like to kill more… I’d like to kill them all… Ah, what a great feeling to say goodbye to all the crazy heroes you spent days and...

Thriller Sophia von X

1. Print cover is here. I decided to make it simple – black & white: 2. The book will be published at the end of February – 220/230 pages. The book is, first of all: religious thriller = a religious artefact or secret is discovered; different people or groups are fighting for control. absurdist + existential novel = characters usually suffer an ‘existential crisis’ and forced to face/confront themselves or their environment/situation....

The Essentials of Writing a Murder Mystery Novel

Written by Peter Manley #guestpost Congratulations! 👻🤡 You’ve got this shiny new idea for what seems like a great murder mystery novel to come… now what? It’s time to write it, of course! Getting started can probably seem like such a daunting task, especially if you’re new to the whole murder mystery writing in the first place. But have no fear, 😜 it is absolutely possible for you to turn that brilliant...

“The Story Grid”, Shawn Coyne #takeawaykeys

What your characters say they are is NOT who they are… What they do is the key. Shawn Coyne 1. Think in 5 principles, the bricks for any successful story:  TIME, SUBSTANCE, STYLE, STRUCTURE, CONTENT. 2. Learn your genre – there’s a great collection (with examples) of differences between each genre. I can’t mention them all (only some), but read further or go, grab the book! 3. Your hero. If...