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Janet Greger
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Scientist turned novelist
Scientist turned novelist

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Christmas Is Almost Here!
You’re probably in a rush of baking, shopping, and either traveling to homes of relatives or getting your home ready for company. Breathe deeply.  Do something for yourself. Order a book that will take you away from the holiday hubbub. If you order it now, ...
Christmas Is Almost Here!
Christmas Is Almost Here!
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BOOKS MAKE GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS
Books are easy to wrap and ship. They aren't perishable or fattening. You don't need to guess at sizes. Why not give books as gifts during this holiday season? GOT A DIETER ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST? She can enjoy a mystery and guess whether an ambitious young ...
BOOKS MAKE GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS
BOOKS MAKE GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS
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CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
You're in for a treat. Marilyn Meredith, author more than thirty mystery novels, is giving tips on how to develop interesting characters today. Her newest mystery is  Tangled Webs . Enjoy. Marilyn Meredith's comments : How do I develop my characters? I’ll d...
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
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CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
You're in for a treat. Marilyn Meredith, author more than thirty mystery novels, is giving tips on how to develop interesting characters today. Her newest mystery is  Tangled Webs . Enjoy. Marilyn Meredith's comments : How do I develop my characters? I’ll d...
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
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CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
You're in for a treat. Marilyn Meredith, author more than thirty mystery novels, is giving tips on how to develop interesting characters today. Her newest mystery is  Tangled Webs . Enjoy. Marilyn Meredith's comments: How do I develop my characters? I’ll de...
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
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RELATIONSHIPS MAKE CHARACTERS INTERESTING
I doubt many novels have been written in which characters didn’t interact (actually or virtually) with other people or animals. Think about it.  Relationships, not really appearances or jobs, make characters   interesting to readers. I looked at dozens of c...
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RELATIONSHIPS MAKE CHARACTERS INTERESTING
I doubt many novels have been written in which characters didn’t interact (actually or virtually) with other people or animals. Think about it.  Relationships, not really appearances or jobs, make characters   interesting to readers. I looked at dozens of c...
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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
If you love historical mysteries, you're going to love my guest author. This retired newspaperman - John Lindermuth - can really write a good yarn. His location is in rural Pennsylvania but it feels like a "western" set in a greener setting. I let you tell ...
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
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It's hard to fit into other people's boxes.
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Do most books fit into literary genres?
Publishers think genres are a
way of classifying fiction in order to target marketing of books to receptive
audiences. Fine. What if a book or a collection of stories fits into more than
one genre? So-called literary experts
say “genre fiction” (as opposed ...
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