Friday 5 November 2021

So you want to write a crime novel: Part 11: Pulling it all together

 In this series of blogs, I have tried to cover how anyone with a desire to write a crime story can get from the first ideas to a finished first draft.

Of course, in order to do this, the desire must be supported by focus and determination. Writing any book is not for the faint-hearted. Writing a crime novel is  more complicated because of the need for there to be a satisfactory ending. And, since the crime novel is the ultimate morality tale, most readers want that ending to be where the oh-so-clever killer gets caught.

In this month's blog, I pull together all the strands, with references to the relevant blogs, in order for the aspiring writer to have a framework in which to make their desire to write a crime novel a reality.

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