I am really excited about commencing a new novel - and this time i have two burgeoning ideas. One is a stand alone novel which I will save for the future, and the one I have chosen to work on is the second in the crime series following detectives Eva Wednesday and Jacob Lennox.I have … Continue reading Old Friends.
When writing your crime novel (or any novel come to that),it is important to decide from whose angle the story is to be told. Consider the following:First-person narrative: This is very limited as you can only write the feelings and experiences of one particular character. It also means that the same character needs to be present … Continue reading The Viewpoint.
Clarity is perhaps needed for my rather alarming title - but it has all been in a good cause, in other words, it's for my WIP, a crime thriller.Whilst I've had a few days of peace at home, I've been watching the crime channel -which although awash with American programmes - I have managed to … Continue reading Submerging myself in crime – research