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Thrillers are enormously popular today, constantly appearing on bestseller lists every week. If you’re writing a story or novel where you need the action to heat up, you'll need these tools, techniques, and devices to keep your readers breathlessly turning pages. With this collection as your guide, you’ll be on your way to writing and publishing your very own crime, thriller, or suspense novel.

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The Writer's Digest Interviews: Thriller Writers

The best of the best thriller writers offer you a rare look behind in scenes in The Writer's Digest Interviews: Thriller Writers. In this first-ever compilation of exclusive feature interviews, 14 of the biggest names on the bestsellers lists share what it takes to write the kind of stories that thrill readers to their cores.

From Cozy to Carnage: An Agent Explains the Ins and Outs of Thriller/Mystery Writing—For Both the Adult and YA Markets

Explore the subgenres of thrillers and mysteries and figure out where your story fits with this instructional video. Whether your mystery novel or thriller is meant for young adults or not, you'll come away with techniques, devices, and the know-how to write a suspenseful, dynamic, and gripping tale that will hook readers from page one.

Keeping Pace Part 1: The Big Picture

The pacing of a novel is where you determine and control the speed of how your story unfolds. Not everything happens at a “break-neck pace," and at the same time, even stories that aren't action-oriented should never just plod along. This tutorial will take you beyond the traditional three act, two act, or rising action/arc story structure and see how controlling the speed of your storytelling can—and should—break that up into smaller curves of rising and falling action.

Keeping Pace Part 2: Pacing the Action Scene

Whether you're writing sword and sorcery fantasy, space opera science fiction, fast-paced action thrillers or any other story or novel where the action even once heats up, you'll need these tools and tips to keep your readers (ally!) breathlessly turning pages. With this tutorial, you’ll look at how to write in close up, how to change the way your readers are breathing, and how to choreograph action to use every bit of the scene you've set.

Writing Thrillers: The Writer's Guide to Crafting Tales of Suspense

In this invaluable guide, thriller master Michael Newton shows you how to develop compelling plots and intriguing characters that grab readers from page 1 and won’t let them go. You’ll learn how to craft heroes and villains that are both believable and original and ground them in situations that push them to the limits of physical, emotional, and mental endurance.

Bullies, Bastards & Bitches: How to Write the Bad Guys of Fiction

From unlikable protagonists and dark heroes to bullies and mischief makers to villains and arch nemeses, Bullies, Bastards & Bitches shows you how to create nuanced, three-dimensional bad guys who are indispensable to the stories in which they appear. This book delineates the moral continuum of protagonists and antagonists; explores the connections between opposition, adversity, and evil; and illuminates a bad guy's many purposes in a successful story.

Writing the Thriller: The Secrets to Keeping Readers Up All Night

Thrillers are enormously popular today, constantly appearing on bestseller lists every week. To write them successfully you need more than a penchant for action—you must understand the foundations of what makes the best thrillers work every time.

How to Write a Dynamite Mystery or Thriller That Sells

Mysteries and thrillers are the most exciting forms of fiction being written today, with millions of readers eager for new stories. Instructor and author Elizabeth Sims has helped thousands of writers to enrich their work, expand their talents, and learn the elements of wildly successful fiction and will help your writing in this webinar..

Writers Research Series: The Secret to Writing Firearms and Knives OnDemand Webinar

From terminology to tactics, depicting firearms and knives correctly can establish authority with an audience, make your writing stand out and prevent plot holes the size of bullet wounds. In this presentation, Ben Sobieck will boil the complex world of firearms and knives into key points you can use right away to avoid the trope trap. It doesn't matter if you grew up around these items or have no interest in ever even seeing a gun, you'll have a firm grasp of key concepts and a leg up in the competitive writing market.

Mystery Revealed: How to Write and Sell Your Mystery, Suspense, or Thriller Novel for Any Market

It’s your turn to write and publish your very own mystery, thriller, or suspense. Learn the ins and outs of the current market and how to successfully conceptualize, construct, and sell your adult, YA or middle grade novel. Find out what publishers are truly looking for, and learn how to craft your pitch and query letter so that your book stands out from the crowd.

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