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Mystery writing

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Mystery writing. Get inspired and try out new things.
You'll love these writing tips on red herrings (especially if you're writing a mystery novel...or just want to surprise the readers devouring your book)!

You'll love these writing tips on red herrings (especially if you're writing a mystery novel...or just want to surprise the readers devouring your book)!

Read the full post for tips on adding mystery to your story.

Elements of mystery such as suspense and narrative subversion are important for writing a satisfying mystery story. Read more.

Writing a mystery? A crime? A story? You need foreshadowing. This is when you drop hints on an event before fully revealing it. If you don't have time, this post is for you. Find out how to foreshadow in only five quick tips and twelve sentences. This takes inspiration from an older post you can find by clicking the image and scrolling down. | #amwriting #foreshadowing #writingtips

Transcript 5 Tips - Foreshadowing Foreshadow early. The earlier, the less noticeable. Foreshadow before 50%. Scatter foreshadowing. The clo...

Writing Worksheet – Solving a Mystery (PDF) You can use this worksheet to: Brainstorm solutions to a mystery that your story/character/life has graced you with. Work backwards from clues that interest you to develop a mystery. Draw up an overview of your mystery so that you can be sure that all your clues aren’t discovered…

Writing Worksheet – Solving a Mystery (PDF) You can use this worksheet to: Brainstorm solutions to a mystery that your story/character/life has graced you with. Work backwards from clues that interest you to develop a mystery. Draw up an overview of your mystery so that you can be sure that all your clues aren’t discovered…

When something tragic happens in your stories, a great way to invoke emotions in your readers is to have your characters grieve. Here are 6 ways you can write realistic grieving to really trigger those waterworks!

When something tragic happens in your stories, a great way to invoke emotions in your readers is to have your characters grieve. Here are 6 ways you can write realistic grieving to really trigger those waterworks!

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