5 Ways to Create Red Herrings in a Mystery Novel (via Global Mysteries)
If you’re an aspiring mystery writer, or an aspiring writer in general, you should make Nancy Curteman’s Global Mysteries blog a regular stop on your social media rounds. She has great topics, posts more regularly than I do, and doesn’t dither like me.
Here’s her latest, another ball knocked out of the park.
via Global Mysteries
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