This week's guest poster is my friend and author Andrew Kopecky, who discusses the topic of being yourself as a writer. Enjoy!
Sorry for missing Friday…I was ill and since I’m still recovering I didn’t feel up to a Monday blog post. However rather than let you all down again, I thought I’d reblog this awesome post by the lovely Rachel Poli. Enjoy and check out her blog!
I’m not writing a mystery novel for NaNoWriMo this year, but I’m sure you know how much I love mystery and that I do write a lot of it.
I run a Mystery Month on this blog and 9 times out of 10, I write a mystery for NaNo. So, if you’re writing a mystery novel this month, here are some tips.
1. Do your research.
It sounds a bit weird to research how to hide a body or how long it takes a body to start to smell if left out for too long. Still, you should fact-check. Despite it being fiction, you should always have that little bit of truth in there. Know what you’re talking about and when your characters are investigating a crime, do the real world some justice.
2. Know your genre and sub-genre.
There are so many different sub-genres of mystery. You’ve got your…
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It's guest post time again. This week's guest poster is the wonderful Nicole Arnold who discusses developing a Writer identity. Enjoy!
Once again I have been harassing other writers to guest post on this blog. This week’s guester is the lovely Cass Alexander, who talks about whether to use a Pen Name. Enjoy!