1. ajjohnson

    Genre Three Steps to a Killer Cozy with Andrea J. Johnson

    *** Registration is now full. *** Crafting a mystery series can be fraught with peril, but there are three questions that lie at the heart of the terror: Who are the suspects? What makes them suspects? Who is the sleuth? This session will help you use those three questions to kick start a...
  2. Traci Andrighetti

    Craft Master the Mystery Novel! with USA TODAY Bestselling Author Traci Andrighetti

    Want to add mystery to your life? Then write one! USA TODAY Bestselling Author Traci Andrighetti is on the case to help you investigate how whodunits are done. In her three-month mentoring course, you will develop your plot and cast of characters, outline your manuscript, and write the first...
  3. Beth Daniels

    Craft Writing the Comedic Mystery with Beth Daniels

    There are all types of mystery niches in which to write stories: amateur detective, police procedural, government agency, spies, private detectives, capers, cozies, romantic suspense. Even paranormal mysteries. Any one of them could be a comedic mystery. Why? Because comedy is in the...
  4. Korina

    Intros & Newbies Hello!

    Newbie here! I love connecting with other writers. I'm currently querying agents for my mom blogger cozy mystery series. Have gotten some good responses to my pitches on twitter. Keeping my fingers crossed for here, too. In the meantime, I'm working on a new series and submitting short stories...
  5. Death of an Island Tart

    Death of an Island Tart

    She wanted a reconciliation. She got a murder. If you like a sleuth with attitude, you’ll love Kadence MacBride.