Tag Archives: Murder

LIFE AS AN INDIE AUTHOR – THE SKY IS THE LIMIT!

Self-publishing has grown over the past decade, even high-profile authors such as Stephen King, are now choosing to publish some of their work themselves. A report last year by self-publishing champion Hugh Howey, showed self-published authors are now earning nearly 40% … Continue reading

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My Life of Crime

‘Write what you know.’ I’ve heard this writing tip brandied around the workshops and courses I’ve attended since I first began my writing journey. I am a crime writer but I am a law-abiding citizen, an all round good girl.  So … Continue reading

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Demise of the fictional victim

As a crime writer, my imagination runs wild when I consider the means by which my fictional victims will face their demise. Perhaps it will be by starvation, hand-to hand combat or by lethal injection. Will it be a slow … Continue reading

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