How To Write Like Agatha Christie: 8 Tips for Mystery Writing

How To Write Like Agatha Christie: 8 Tips for Mystery Writing

When writing mystery, manipulating your target audience to keep them turning pages is key. Here's how to write like Agatha Christie.

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How to Write a Whodunit: Tips and Plot Twist Ideas

How to Write a Whodunit: Tips and Plot Twist Ideas

Your introduction to writing a whodunit, from the cast of characters you need to a framework to construct the puzzle at the heart of your mystery.

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Murder Mystery Clues: How to Write, Ideas, Types of Clues and Examples

Murder Mystery Clues: How to Write, Ideas, Types of Clues and Examples

Discover the difference between clues, evidence and red herrings. Then, scatter them throughout your mystery novel to lead the detective and your reader down the discovery path to solving the puzzle.

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How to Write a Mystery Detective Character: 6 Steps for Success

How to Write a Mystery Detective Character: 6 Steps for Success

How to create a sleuth readers will love. Check this strategy to build your mystery protagonist from concept to detail.

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Best Crime Writers: Top 7 and What You Can Learn From Them

Best Crime Writers: Top 7 and What You Can Learn From Them

Crime writers can seem like writing gods, but the quotes in this article might help them seem a little more human—and prove that if they can do it, you can do it too!

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How to Write a Historical Romance Novel: Expert Tips from Rachelle Rea Cobb

How to Write a Historical Romance Novel: Expert Tips from Rachelle Rea Cobb

Ever thought about writing historical romance? We interviewed author Rachelle Rea Cobb to get her tips for researching and writing in this genre.

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Writing Romance: Avoid These 13 Mistakes Beginners Make!

Writing Romance: Avoid These 13 Mistakes Beginners Make!

Bestselling romance authors share mistakes that newbie romance authors should avoid when writing, marketing, and building their business.

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5 Steps to Writing Romance Novels like Nora Roberts

5 Steps to Writing Romance Novels like Nora Roberts

No one wants a wishy-washy hero. In this article, we take a look at how Nora Roberts writes romance novels readers love by building strong characters before anything else.

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5 Steps to Writing Romance Novels like Nora Roberts

5 Steps to Writing Romance Novels like Nora Roberts

No one wants a wishy-washy hero. In this article, we take a look at how Nora Roberts writes romance novels readers love by building strong characters before anything else.

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How to Create Fictional, Fantasy and Sci-Fi Cultures (with Ideas and Examples)

How to Create Fictional, Fantasy and Sci-Fi Cultures (with Ideas and Examples)

Have you ever noticed that many fantasy and sci-fi cultures all sound the same? Don't make the same mistake. Here's what you need to know about crafting compelling and diverse fictional cultures.

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Fantasy Characters: 4 Common Traits and Ideas on Creating Them

Fantasy Characters: 4 Common Traits and Ideas on Creating Them

Even if your fantasy character has magical powers and pointy ears, readers want to believe your character is real. Here are the four things you need to know to craft realistic, relatable fantasy characters.

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Fantasy Writing Contests: A Guide for Authors

Fantasy Writing Contests: A Guide for Authors

Are you a fantasy writer looking to find a larger audience? Try submitting your work to these writing contests!

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20 Fantasy Writing Prompts: Fuel Your Story/Plot Ideas

20 Fantasy Writing Prompts: Fuel Your Story/Plot Ideas

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4 YA Fantasy Tropes That Aren't Overdone and How to Write Them

4 YA Fantasy Tropes That Aren't Overdone and How to Write Them

Let's look at four "overused" young adult fiction tropes, and why they're not so bad after all.

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How to Write Page-Turning YA Fantasy Novel: 8 Steps for Sucess

How to Write Page-Turning YA Fantasy Novel: 8 Steps for Sucess

These are my eight best tips for you to write your own page-turning YA fantasy novel. If you don't rush the writing process and include these elements in your novel, I’m positive your readers won’t put your books down.

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