Bonus Mystery Kits Just for You

Our July Mystery Kit sold out in record time, but I was given a handful specifically for readers of the No Rules Blog—including you! If you like writing mystery or thriller novels, this collection has everything you need to get your story started, in shape and ready to send to agents and publishers (and at a heavily discounted price). Check it out here.
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Our July Mystery Kit sold out in record time, but I was given a handful specifically for readers of the No Rules Blog—including you! If you like writing mystery or thriller novels, this collection has everything you need to get your story started, edited and ready to send to agents and publishers (and at a heavily discounted price).

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There's a reason this kit sold out so fast: It's jam-packed with specific yet easy to digest tips and advice, including:

  • Howdunit: Book of Poisons (Paperback Book)
  • Howdunit: Forensics (Paperback Book)
  • Howdunit: Police Procedure & Investigation (Paperback Book)
  • Writing Mysteries (Paperback Book)
  • The Curious Case of the Misplaced Modifier (Paperback Book)
  • Writing & Selling Your Mystery Novel (PDF)
  • Bullies, Bastards & Bitches (PDF)
  • Writing & Selling a Page Turner (OnDemand Webinar)
  • And more!

Retail for all of this is normally $315.92, but your bundle price is $99.00! More than $200 in savings. Like I said, I was only able to snag 20 bonus kits and once they are gone, this deal is officially gone.

Grab your bonus Writing Mysteries & Thrillers That Sell Premium Collection right here before they are sold out!

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