Mystery and Suspense in Creative Writing

Mystery and Suspense in Creative Writing Author Jacek Dąbała
ISBN-10 9783643902078
Release 2012
Pages 188
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Mystery and Suspense in Creative Writing presents a systematic analysis of a very important aspect of writing by integrating it with journalistic, media, and communication studies. The book examines the specific rules for creating intrigue and suspense, and confronts their universal features with selected literary texts. The individual texts emphasize the importance of understanding the emotions through transformation of various archetypes. The rules postulated by creative writing for building drama and tension in such texts often deal with this profound issue. They are thus not an end in themselves, but actually lead to more mature writing. Therefore, they essentially contribute to developing one's creative talent and communication skills. The paradigm of creative writing serves to shape the creativity of students of various disciplines, including not only literary studies and journalism, but also such diverse areas as medicine and information technology. (Series: International Studies in Hermeneutics and Phenomenology - Vol. 7)



Now Write Mysteries

Now Write  Mysteries Author Sherry Ellis
ISBN-10 9781101553763
Release 2011-12-29
Pages 384
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The essential handbook for writers of whodunits, techno- thrillers, cozies, and everything in between-featuring never-before- published personal writing exercises from some of today's bestselling and award-winning mystery writers. Now Write! Mysteries, the fourth volume in the acclaimed Now Write! writing guide series, brings together numerous bestselling authors-including winners of and nominees for the Edgar, Hugo, and Shamus awards,-for the definitive guide to writing mysteries, thrillers, and suspense stories. Now Write! Mysteries teaches you everything you've ever wanted to know about crafting a page-turning mystery-from creating a believable detective hero (or terrifying villain), to using real-life cutting-edge investigative techniques to bring your story to life-with practical exercises taken directly from the pros: Discover the best techniques for seamlessly integrating action into your story with John Lutz, New York Times-bestselling author of Urge to Kill, Night Kills, and Serial. Learn how to fine-tune your sense of place and setting with Louise Penny, New York Times-bestselling author of the Armand Gamache mysteries. Take advice from Lorenzo Carcaterra, author of Sleepers and writer/producer for Law & Order, on how to compose a scene that lives up to your character's backstory. Let Marcia Talley, Agatha- and Anthony-winning author of the Hannah Ives mysteries, show you how to build a memorable, engaging detective. (Hint: It's not about making him flawless.) Others included are: Simon Brett, Hallie Ephron, Meg Gardiner, Peter James, Christopher G. Moore, Michael Sears, and many others. No other mystery-writing guide offers the road tested wisdom of so many award-winners and bestselling authors in one place.



900 Fiction Creative Writing Prompts

900 Fiction Creative Writing Prompts Author Muhammad Nabeel
ISBN-10 1542807905
Release 2017-01-29
Pages 86
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Welcome to my new exciting & useful book "900 FICTION CREATIVE WRITING PROMPTS." This is my first book of WRITERS THESAURUS SERIES. This book is not only just for newbie writers, but also it would be prove a very excellent product for professional writers. It is very good idea to read creative writing prompts for getting started and boost your fiction creativity. If you are newbie writer and thinking about writing your first novel, but you don't have any story idea, plot or starting line, here you will find 900 fresh and latest collection of fiction prompts for your start. And if you are professional writer, and already had written many fiction books, but now you are stuck and not getting any ideas, then my book is exactly for you. I created this book for in categorized way for your convenient. Just open your desired chapter and you are ready to start. I added almost all genre of fiction, but mostly, I focused on Mysterious, Suspense, Horror, Detective, Criminal, and Romantic genres. What would you find in this book? Let's check this out: Suspense, Mysterious, Horror, Detective Writing Prompts etc. (About 400 prompts) Romantic Writing Prompts (More than 200) Three Elements or Items Prompts (More than 200) And much more. I hope, you would like my book. If you have any question or suggestion, please let me know. So that, I can cover your desired topics in my upcoming books of Writers Thesaurus Series.



Suspense

Suspense Author Patricia Highsmith
ISBN-10 9783257602098
Release 2013-04-23
Pages 160
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Wie man einen Thriller schreibt – wer wüsste das besser als die Meisterin des subtilen Terrors und der Banalität des alltäglichen Schreckens? Patricia Highsmith lässt sich über die Schulter schauen, sie hat ein Werkstattbuch geschrieben für alle, die selbst schreiben oder nur wissen wollen, warum sie vom Werk dieser Autorin so gefesselt sind.



Crime Writers

Crime Writers Author Elizabeth Haynes
ISBN-10 9781591589143
Release 2011-01
Pages 204
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This invaluable resource provides information about and sources for researching 50 of the top crime genre writers, including websites and other online resources. * A timeline of major authors and events in the development of the crime fiction genre * Read-alike sections listing other authors whose works are similar in style or theme to those of ten major authors included in the book * Lists of major organizations and awards in the field of crime literature * A bibliography of online and print sources for biographical and critical information about crime genre authors



Mysterious Writers

Mysterious Writers Author Jean Henry Mead
ISBN-10 9781615952373
Release 2010-07-31
Pages 200
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Mystery novels are published in a number of subgenres to satisfy the tastes of every reader. Not only do we have the traditional mystery—also known as the cozy—there are historicals, suspense and thriller novels, crime, police procedurals, private eyes and senior sleuths (also known as “geezer lit”). Then there are medical thrillers, romantic suspense as well as science fiction mysteries and the niche novels that cover endless subjects. The mystery writers interviewed here have written articles about various aspects of publishing, including writing techniques, marketing, promotional advice and their opinions on the current state of the publishing industry. Carolyn Hart, bestselling author of the Henrie O and Death on Demand series, talks about her new protagonist, Bailey Ruth Raeburn, who returns to earth as a ghost to anonymously solve mysteries. Jeffrey Deaver’s varied careers prepared him to write insightful as well as thrilling novels, John Gilstrap explains why some bestselling novelists hold down fulltime jobs, and Rick Mofina provides sixteen great tips for writing thriller novels. A number of Canadian and UK authors share their publishing views as well as comparing books from their own countries with those of the U.S. suspense novelist Paul Johnston writes from his native Scotland as well as his home in Greece while Tim Hallinan divides his time between Thailand, Cambodia, and southern California, writing much of his work in Bangkok cafés. Gillian Phillip writes YA mystery novels from Barbados and her native Scottish highlands, and international airline pilot Mark W. Danielson composes his suspense novels during layovers in various parts of the world, while S. J. Bolton thrills us with snakes and other creepy creatures in and from the British Isles. English native Carola Dunn writes historical mysteries about her countrymen as does Rhys Bowen, who writes about historical English royals. Other historical novelists include Larry Karp, who provides us with the history of Ragtime music and the people who made the genre popular during its heyday and Beverle Graves Myers delves into operatic mysteries set in 18th century Venice. The work of several writing teams inhabits this book, including Eric Mayer and Mary Reed, who pen historical mysteries. Mark and Charlotte Phillips write suspense novels, and Morgan St. James and her sister Phyllice Bradner collaborate on humorous mysteries. Jeff Cohen, Tim Maleeny, and Carl Brookins also add humor to their mysterious plots, so prepare to laugh when you open their books. There are police procedurals, medical thrillers and romantic suspense novelists represented here as well as niche mysteries designed for readers who love dogs, scrapbooking, zoos, the Arizona desert, space shuttles, weight-loss clinics, actors, designer gift baskets and other specialty subjects. Nonfiction books about the mystery genre round out this eclectic collection with Edgar winner E.J. Wagner, Agatha winner Chris Roerden, Lee Lofland, Jeffrey Marks, and small press publishers Vivian Zabel and Tony Burton. The advice offered here is invaluable to fledgling writers, so pull up a comfortable chair and begin the mysterious tour of nearly every subgenre.



Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction

Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction Author Patricia Highsmith
ISBN-10 031228666X
Release 2001-09-08
Pages 145
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Explains how to use the elements of suspense to create and develop an exciting story.



Mastering Suspense Structure and Plot

Mastering Suspense  Structure  and Plot Author Jane Cleland
ISBN-10 9781599639673
Release 2016-04-28
Pages 240
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Enthrall Your Readers! Suspense is one of the most powerful tools a writer has for captivating readers--but it isn't just for thrillers. From mainstream fiction to memoir, suspense creates the emotional tension that keeps readers on the edge of their seats. Mastering Suspense, Structure, & Plot is your hands-on guide to weaving suspense into your narrative. Award-winning author Jane K. Cleland teaches you how to navigate genre conventions, write for your audience, and build gripping tension to craft an irresistible page-turner. Inside, Cleland will show you how to: Implement thirteen no-fail techniques to construct an effective plot and structure for your story Use Cleland's Plotting Road Map to add elements of suspense like twists, reversals, and moments of danger Write subplots with purpose Improve your descriptions, character development, sentence structure, and more Packed with case studies, exercises, and dozens of examples from best-selling authors, Mastering Suspense, Structure, & Plot is the key to writing suspenseful, engaging stories that leave your readers wanting more. ------ "Indispensable! For newbie authors and veterans alike, this terrific how-to is your new go-to. Don't write your book without it--it's a treasure." --Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha, Anthony, Macavity and Mary Higgins Clark award-winning author



Practical tips for writing popular fiction

Practical tips for writing popular fiction Author Robyn Carr
ISBN-10 089879515X
Release 1992-09
Pages 149
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Offers advice on writing genre fiction, covering characterization, plot construction, motivation, dialogue, and pacing



Crime Time

Crime Time Author John Jakes
ISBN-10 0786231572
Release 2001
Pages 235
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Bestselling Jakes began his career as a writer of crime stories back in the magazine of the 1950s & 1960s & here's the best of them in this exciting new collection.



Mystery and Suspense Writers

Mystery and Suspense Writers Author Robin W. Winks
ISBN-10 UOM:49015003017085
Release 1998
Pages 1296
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Mystery and Suspense Writers has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Mystery and Suspense Writers also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Mystery and Suspense Writers book for free.



The Elements of Mystery Fiction

The Elements of Mystery Fiction Author William G Tapply
ISBN-10 9781590581155
Release 2004
Pages 187
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Expanded to include chapters written by modern mystery masters and high-profile publishing personalities, this edition of the classic guide reveals the essential "elements" of successful mystery novels, including original plots, memorable villains, and multi-faceted supporting characters. Original.



The Soul of Place

The Soul of Place Author Linda Lappin
ISBN-10 9781609521042
Release 2015-04-20
Pages 256
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In this engaging creative writing workbook, novelist and poet Linda Lappin presents a series of insightful exercises to help writers of all genres—literary travel writing, memoir, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction—discover imagery and inspiration in the places they love. Lappin departs from the classical concept of the Genius Loci, the indwelling spirit residing in every landscape, house, city, or forest—to argue that by entering into contact with the unique energy and identity of a place, writers can access an inexhaustible source of creative power. The Soul of Place provides instruction on how to evoke that power. The writing exercises are drawn from many fields—architecture, painting, cuisine, literature and literary criticism, geography and deep maps, Jungian psychology, fairy tales, mythology, theater and performance art, metaphysics—all of which offer surprising perspectives on our writing and may help us uncover raw materials for fiction, essays, and poetry hidden in our environment. An essential resource book for the writer’s library, this book is ideal for creative writing courses, with stimulating exercises adaptable to all genres. For writers or travelers about to set out on a trip abroad, The Soul of Place is the perfect road trip companion, attuning our senses to a deeper awareness of place.



Ich habe den Todesengel berlebt

Ich habe den Todesengel   berlebt Author Eva Mozes Kor
ISBN-10 9783641067014
Release 2012-01-09
Pages 224
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Berührend und authentisch – eine der letzten Zeitzeuginnen erzählt Eva Mozes Kor ist zehn Jahre alt als sie mit ihrer Familie nach Auschwitz verschleppt wird. Während die Eltern und zwei ältere Geschwister in den Gaskammern umkommen, geraten Eva und ihre Zwillingsschwester Miriam in die Hände des KZ-Arztes Mengele, der grausame »Experimente« an den Mädchen durchführt. Für Eva und ihre Schwester beginnt ein täglicher Überlebenskampf ... Die wahre Geschichte einer Frau mit einem unbezwingbaren Überlebenswillen und dem Mut, die schlimmsten Taten zu vergeben.



Writing the Thriller

Writing the Thriller Author Trish Macdonald Skillman
ISBN-10 0898799287
Release 2000
Pages 275
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Zero In and super-charge your fiction with action, intrigue and suspense. Book jacket.



Creative Writing

Creative Writing Author Alan Horsfield
ISBN-10 1741251508
Release 2004
Pages 174
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Creative Writing has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Creative Writing also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Creative Writing book for free.



Mystery and Suspense Writers Ross MacDonald to women of mystery

Mystery and Suspense Writers  Ross MacDonald to women of mystery Author Robin W. Winks
ISBN-10 0684805200
Release 1998
Pages 1296
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Mystery and Suspense Writers Ross MacDonald to women of mystery has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Mystery and Suspense Writers Ross MacDonald to women of mystery also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Mystery and Suspense Writers Ross MacDonald to women of mystery book for free.