Be a Published
Christie. Dan Brown. Raymond Chandler. Patricia Cornwell. Janet Evanovich. Sue Grafton. John Grisham. Can you imagine
being included on this list of great storytellers one day?
a mystery writer, you will have an exciting and rewarding profession. Check
out the bestseller lists in your local newspaper: at any given time
you'll find several mystery novels there. Few other categories of fiction
come close to achieving this kind of success. No matter what other trends
have come and gone in the publishing world, mysteries remain popular.
no wonder some of today's most highly paid writers are mystery writers.
Higgins Clark, the master of the suspense mystery, has a five-book
deal that could earn her $15 million dollars per book.
mystery writer can enjoy success in other ways as well. A book can lead
to a series of books, even to a movie or television deal.
you have ever dreamed of writing a mystery and getting it published, the
FabJob Guide to Become a Mystery Writer
you what you need to make your dream come true.
Hynes is the author of seven published books, including a mystery
novel. She is also a former literary agent and book editor
who knows how publishing decisions are made. In this e-book she gives you
the insider information and practical advice you need to become a published
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become
a published mystery writer, including:
key elements of a good mystery story
to decide which of the 8 types of mystery writing (from hardboiled to
legal thriller) is best for you
whether to create an ongoing series
to learn forensics -
facts of how a homicide is committed and how a case is solved
to improve your mystery writing skills
critical steps to mystery writing
you will discover:
preparation tips that will improve your odds of getting your mystery writing published
to write a query that will make an editor eager to read your manuscript
information about the book publishing industry including publishing
to avoid 6 common mistakes mystery writers make when trying to sell
to contact at publishing houses and how to contact them
to submission guidelines for publishers that specialize in mystery writing
to get a literary agent to represent you
you need to know about book publishing contracts
much more. The
guide offers you the practical tools you need to become a published
mystery writer, including:
mystery writing opportunities, including links to magazines that
publish mystery stories. You'll even find a few tips on writing and selling:
games and puzzles
and film scripts
alternatives including e-book publishers, print-on-demand, self-publishing
to increase your book's sales, including:
How to prepare a press kit
Creative ways to get your book
How to have successful book
How to get your book chosen
by book groups
Promoting your book at mystery
8 mystery awards you
can be nominated for
How to promote your book on
How to protect your work
like a publishing workshop packed with insider information to help
you become a published mystery writer.
letter to a publisher
to a literary agent
from published mystery novelists
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"I just wanted to take
a few moments to let you know how much I enjoyed 'Become a Mystery
Writer' by Angela Hynes. At first I was skeptical - a natural reaction
by anyone who loves mysteries, I suppose. But, as is the case with most
good mysteries, my first inclination was completely incorrect. As a writer,
I found ideas, structure and format were all discussed thoroughly in easy
to read chapters, with outstanding examples given using today's best selling
authors. And, as an author, the information pertaining to editors, agents,
publishing and marketing your work was invaluable!"
Thomas DeMarco, Author of
Dead Giveaway, Five o'clock Shadow, and Complete Sentences
"Angela really knows her
stuff. Her book is easy to read and she gives readers all the important
details. I especially enjoyed the section on "Getting Published." Her tips
on formatting the manuscript and preparing the query will come in handy
when I'm ready to market my manuscript. Additionally, the chapter titled
"Growing a Bestseller" gave me great insight about promoting a book -
information I've not received in any of the writing classes or conferences
I've attended in the past. A must-have for all writers whose goals are
to have their mysteries published."
Susan Lynn Kingsbury
Moreno Valley, CA
"Whether you are a mystery reader thinking about writing
your first story or a published author wanting to learn more, this book is one of the best reference guides
I've seen. Highly recommended."
Writer and Editorial Judge for Pen Women of America
"After just completing
the most recent draft of my first mystery, this guide has provided me with
a wonderful step by step process to help me stay on the right track.
The chapters pertaining to the literary world and how it works will be
invaluable in my quest for representation!"
co-founder of the Santa
Clarita Valley Mystery Writers Group
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