Taking advice–always a good idea, esp when it is good advice!
A group I belong to on mystery writing posted this link to good advice from a former cop on setting up crime scenes in your stories–hey, it’s a fellow blogger on wordpress!
Nice article by a former cop on Crime Scenes: The Do’s And Don’ts.
Sleuthsâ Ink presents âWHODUNNIT?â Put on your Colombo trench coat and
write a 700-word mystery. Prizes. http://tinyurl.com/bfd59us Deadline is approaching.
Entries must be received before May 31st to be eligible for prizes.
Who’s thinking about Halloween in May? I am! I need submissions.
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We’re publishing an anthology of
mystery stories set during Halloween, MY “most wonderful time of the year”.
Paranormal elements are acceptable as long as they are in keeping with the
Halloween theme and the central story is a mystery. We’re seeking stories that
are 4000 – 8000 words in length. Query about reprints. We will accept multiple
submissions, but not simultaneous submissions.
Open submission period:
April 20 – July 15th, 2013.
Please see our Guidelines and Payment page
for further information on the rights we ask for and the compensation we offer.
The latter includes a $5 advance on royalties.
for your time,
Sarah E. Glenn