May 20, 2017
Recently, I spoke at the Columbus Writer’s Conference hosted by Columbus State in May. Be sure to put this free conference, with snacks provided (you won’t get that deal anywhere else!) into your writing calendar for next year. That day, I taught a session on maintaining narrative suspense in the mystery novel. Here are some of the highlights from that presentation.
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And now, a discussion on maintaining narrative suspense in the mystery novel, from the Columbus Writers Conference hosted by Columbus State Community College.