Tag Archives: Psychological Thriller

The Collection (Flash Fiction & Short Stories)

 

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I Want To Write A Thriller Novel—-But How?

For a healthy, fully functioning thriller, try some literary vitamin C. Dose your book with these five Cs and it will stand strong, chest out, ready to give your reader a run for the money. Continue reading

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Writing A Psychological/Mystery Thriller & The Insider Tips To Make It Perfect The First Time.

Writers are often told to write what they know, but the rise in domestic suspense has shown that book lovers want to read what they know. Psychological thrillers are set in familiar places – usually the home, but it could be the workplace (as in my latest, The Devil’s Work), at the school gates or on the daily commute. Continue reading

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