Hello Writer Bees,
Exciting news! May of Mystery is coming back to the blog!
For all the new readers, allow me to explain.
Every year, I dedicate the entire month of May to all things detective fiction. I call it May of Mystery. Each post will have a mystery theme to them. This includes the Prompts of the Week too. Perhaps you will be inspired to write your own murder mystery. Truly, I’m just looking forward to shining a spotlight on fictional whodunits.
Interested in reading some previous May of Mystery posts? Check out these articles below.
- Femme Fatale: The Secrets Behind a Dangerous Woman
- Get a Clue: The 3 Types of Evidence In Mysteries
- Prompt of the Week: A Secret Door is Discovered
- Do Ronald Knox’s 1929 Rules on Detective Fiction Still Hold Up in 2020?
I genuinely do love this genre. Foggy, cobblestone streets. Sleuths searching for clues. The big reveal at the end. What’s not to love? And I know I’m not the only one who likes to cuddle up with a cozy mystery from time to time.
After all, my WIP novel is a 1920’s murder mystery for a reason. There’s a part of my brain designated for crime scenes and clues only. Maybe I’ll share some of my experience writing a mystery, or an excerpt from my WIP, if you guys are interested. Which reminds me….
Calling All Mystery Fans and Amateur Sleuths!
While I do have some ideas in mind, I want to hear from you guys. What do you want to know about mystery writing? What interests you about detective fiction as a genre? Since I’m writing a mystery, is there anything you want to know about my experience? Now’s the time to ask! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below or on my Twitter. I’d love to hear from you.
Dust off your magnifying glass and put on your detective caps, ’cause writer bees, we have a mystery on our hands.
Hope you all are staying safe and staying creative. Keep writing and enjoying the springtime weather.