Seven Rules for Writing Historical Fiction, article by Elizabeth Crook
Source: Seven Rules for Writing Historical Fiction, article by Elizabeth Crook
A Florida school is offering reading material, rather than sweets, to students who frequent the vending machine.
Source: This school fills their vending machine with books instead of candy | GMA
Writing a mystery novel involves creating suspense, actively involving the reader, using red herrings and more. Learn how to write great mystery fiction.
Source: Writing a Mystery Novel – 7 Elements | Now Novel
In the 1920s, S.S. Van Dine put forth 20 rules about detective stories. He said no love interests, no supernatural elements and no crazy twists. Do his rules hold up?
Source: Literary mysteries: The 20 rules for writing a detective novel | MPR News