Started this discussion. Last reply by Caroline Trippe May 12, 2018.
Last year, when I finaled in the Golden Pen, I privately felt like I owed more than I could ever repay to my wonderful CP. When my writing was sloppy, she nailed it, and she never flinched from…Continue
Started Aug 15, 2011
I finished my latest mystery and felt good that I'd been able to keep it at 90,000 words (my first novel was (until revised) 110,000 words. When I went back to revise my draft I realized I'd…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary McFarland Aug 14, 2011.
Researching a true crime novel and learned there are hundreds of pages of transcripts. My options are: 1.) Read the law library's hard copy - in the law library since they can't be checked out 2.)…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary McFarland Jul 24, 2011.
Keeping CrimeSpace authors enertained with reviews of our authors' work. For a review of Beth Groundwater's cozy, Deadly Currents, use this link. Buzzard Bone Review for July/August - Beth Groundwater's Deadly Currents
Posted on August 8, 2011 at 11:05pm
I review because I think we need serious, powerful reviews to help promote mystery and suspense writers. So when I received Stephen Hamilton's really great thank-you, I was thrilled. It's great to have my review appreciated.
Interested in the review? It's at http://www.buzzardbone.blogspot.com/.
Posted on June 22, 2011 at 11:41pm
Posted on June 9, 2011 at 6:32am
The Danes Murders I've written a review of The Danes Murders, a true crime novel by Patrick Haley. Want to learn a little more about how you write, what tropes and writing schemes you rely on? I'm looking for more true crime, mystery, and suspense novels to review. My reviews are not cursory, topical, or based on what I like or dislike. They're put together based on an in-depth analysis of how you actually write. The…Continue
Posted on May 22, 2011 at 6:12am