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Write a Gripping Crime Novel That Sells

The crime, thriller and mystery genres are some of the most popular on the market today. NOW is the time for you to finally get that crime novel idea on paper and in the hands of readers! This collection of instruction from mystery and thriller writers will help you write your way around a crime scene and describe weapons with realistic details that support (instead of inhibit) your story. Don't make the mistakes that many writers make when writing mysteries and suspense novels. In this value pack, you'll find what you need to understand weapons, forensic investigations, police procedures and more to enhance the feasibility of your story, entrancing readers from start to finish.

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Weapons for Writers

Details, details, details: even the smallest minutia can be the difference between a bestseller and a dusty manuscript sitting on your shelf. One of the most important parts of genre fiction is the accurate depiction of weapons woven throughout the story. In this specialized guide, you'll find what you need to understand firearms and knives for crime, thrillers, war stories, westerns, spy novels and more.

Weapons for Writers OnDemand Webinar

Critical plot points often hinge on characters' use of firearms and knives. However, many writers fall victim to pop culture cliches that don't accurately represent these important items. 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.

Howdunit: Forensics

Write your way around a crime scene with award-winning author and TV show consultant D.P. Lyle, M.D. who offers an insider's view of each area of forensics-from the crime scene to the autopsy and everything in between. Written specifically for writers, this book provides detailed information to make a story realistic and believable.

Police Procedure & Investigation

To write a credible police story, writers need to know how police investigations really work. This book gives the lowdown on how everyday folks, as well as writers and journalists, misunderstand or incorrectly portray how the police work. Keeping in mind the mistakes most often made, this guide provides insight into a cop's world. Perfect for learning why and how cops do what they do, this book is the next best thing to having a police detective personally assigned to the reader.

From Cozy to Carnage

In this 90-minute instructional video, you'll dive into the world mystery writing with literary agent Barbara Poelle. Explore the subgenres of thrillers and mysteries and figure out where your story fits. You'll discover the type of query and introduction that can set you apart from others, tips on how to write a compelling story, and most importantly and how to pitch your mystery or thriller novel to a literary agent or acquisitions editor.

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

Whether it's the bone chilling suspense or a psychological thriller, the twists and turns of a good cozy mystery novel, or the satisfaction of unraveling a page-turning who-done-it, mysteries and suspense novels have fascinated and entertained readers for centuries. Learn the ins and outs of the current market and how to successfully conceptualize, construct, and sell your adult, YA or middle grade novel.

Spotlight Guest Presentation: Kathy Reichs

Kathy Reichs, author of the bestselling Temperance Brennan series, explores the forensic thriller genre, explaining why people are so captivated with murder and how the O.J. Simpson trial helped drive people to take interest in more science-driven thrillers.

HowDunit: Book Of Poisons eBook

Mystery, thriller, and suspense writers have long turned to the Writer's Digest Howdunit series to find the accurate, detailed information that adds credibility to their work. In Book of Poisons, the first book in the new series, beginning and veteran writers will find the information they need to make their novel or short story compelling and realistic.

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This who-done-it thriller will have you on the edge of your seat trying to solve the dangerous attack of Moe Prager's girlfriend Mindy. Follow along as Moe fulfills his purpose of finding who's to blame for Mindy's situation and how to protect his friends from the same fate.

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