An Exclusive Kit For Writing Mystery Novels or Thrillers

Whether you are just starting to brainstorm a story idea or have a finished manuscript, the Writing Mysteries and Thrillers That Sell Premium Collection helps you plot, structure, write and sell a mystery novel or thriller!
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If you love reading mystery or thriller novels, and desire to write your own someday -- now's the time to buy the Writing Mysteries and Thrillers That Sell Premium Collection! Packed with five books, three e-books, two online webinars, and an entry to WD's Thriller/Suspense Short Story Competition, you'll learn how to craft a story with elements that are suspenseful, thrilling, gripping, enthralling, or dynamic!

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To ensure your story's crime scene is believable and realistic, use the books found within this collection to learn about police procedure and investigation, forensics, and poisons. Does your story need a boost in suspense or conflict? Refer to James Scott Bell's The Elements of Fiction Writing: Conflict & Suspense. Do you want to create the perfect villain or monster for your mystery or thriller novel? Bullies, Bastards & Bitches teaches you what qualities a bad boy or bitch should have and provides a comprehensive list of monsters and creatures.

If you have a completed manuscript ready to be sent out to literary agents or acquisitions editors, take a moment and listen to the online webinars How to Write a Dynamite Mystery or Thriller That Sells with author Elizabeth Sims and Writing & Selling a Page Turner. with Hallie Ephron. You'll hear tips on writing a thriller and how to structure or plot a mystery novel. Plus, learn the successful storytelling techniques for mystery/thriller novels that hook a modern audience.

Whether you are just starting to brainstorm a story idea or have a finished manuscript, this exclusive kit helps you plot, structure, write and sell a mystery novel or thriller and provides excellent writing tips along the way. Start writing a gripping novel today that readers won't be able to put down -- buy the Writing Mysteries and Thrillers That Sell Premium Collection today!

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