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Writing the Mystery Novel
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Weave plot clues into your manuscript with the skill of a master mystery builder. Trip up the detective and your reader at the same time. Throw them off track and then reel them back in. Effective use of dialogue, character development, atmosphere, and pacing will all be reviewed in the six week long Writing the Mystery Novel workshop. Important topics such as what makes a good villain will also be covered. G. Miki Hayden instructs the class beginning on April 21st. The registration fee is $329.99.

In the Writing the Mystery Novel class you will have the chance to write a plot summary, describe your protagonist's and antagonist's motivations, convey important plot points, submit 2500 words of your short story or novel, and write a scene in which at least three clues are hidden.

"I'm a long-time mystery writer (a short story Edgar winner) and member of Mystery Writers of America. Mystery is a genre I well understand, and I enjoy helping students craft their mystery stories and novels for this ever-popular genre."

  ~ G. Miki Hayden

One workshop student said, "To say I'm glad that I enrolled in this course is an understatement. Miki walks you through the basics of mystery novel writing, and so much more. If your dream is to write a mystery novel, you should definitely take this class." Another student said, "While I found the entire Mystery Writing workshop excellent, the most beneficial section for me was learning more about how to write and weave in effective clues. The teacher was thorough, helpful and motivating." Examine the components of a satisfying story with your class members.
 
Join the Writing the Mystery Novel Workshop. Class begins on Thursday, April 21st.
 
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Writing the Mystery Novel with G. Miki Hayden


G. Miki Hayden received an Edgar for her story “The Maids.” Miki was nominated for a Macavity for the story “War Crimes.” Another story received a Derringer nomination. Her short mysteries have been published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Murderous Intent, Whispering Willows, Futures, Nefarious, Tale Spinner, and Kracked Mirror Mysteries. She sold four stories to Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. Her cross-genre mysteries have been published in Keen Science Fiction and other small press publications, with a Western/mystery appearing in the award-nominated Unholy Orders from Intrigue Press.

Miki has published mystery, science fiction, and young adult novels with a rave review in the New York Times for her alternate history novel, Pacific Empire. Her Writing the Mystery was nominated for three genre awards, winning one.

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