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Melding the Mystery at the Precise Chapter(s)

James Frazee August 29, 2017

The key to a good mystery is to keep the reader guessing as to the character’s motives in the story and the final outcome. Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? And just as important is . . .

Fiction vs Non-Fiction

James Frazee August 21, 2017

The simplest way to differentiate the two is that Fiction is not true and non-fiction is true. Non-fiction involves real people, places and real events. Fiction is all made up. I have written a begi . . .

Elements that make a good suspense story

James Frazee August 14, 2017

The two most important things about a suspense story is to 1) keep the reader’s interest and 2) keep the reader guessing as to who the ‘bad guys’ are and how they will be caught.

To keep the . . .

Writing in the Third Person

James Frazee August 8, 2017

In creative writing, authors choose between writing in the first, second or third person. In writing in the first person the story uses ‘I’ and ‘we’. ‘I went to the grocery store’ or ‘ . . .

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