A Guide to the Crime Writer’s Thinking

Very interesting post by mystery-crime writer/blogger, Margot Kinberg. Don’t miss it!

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Crime Writer ThinkingSo you’d like to know a bit about crime writers and the way we think? Well, that’s wonderful! We crime writers are sadly misunderstood. The vast majority of us are really very nice people. We love our children, we pay our fair share of taxes, and we’re kind to animals. So quite frankly, I don’t understand this misperception of crime writers as dangerous people. My guess is that it’s just a matter of getting to know a little more about what we’re like. So, always here to help, I’ve come up with this handy guide to the way crime writers think. Once you’re clear about these basics, I’m sure you’ll have a much better relationship with the crime writer in your life.

A Guide to the Crime Writer’s Thinking

Everything – and I mean everything – is fair game for inspiration.

It’s true. Anything a crime writer sees or hears…

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