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Write a Mystery in 5 Simple Steps

Series: Creative Writing in 5 Simple Steps

By Amy Dunkleberger

Books, movies, TV shows, video games—mysteries can be found everywhere, for every type of audience. Part story, part puzzle, mysteries are naturally fun and exciting, both to read and to write. But how do you begin to write a mystery story? In WRITE A MYSTERY IN 5 SIMPLE STEPS, author Amy Dunkleberger shows aspiring writers how to invent a believable mystery.

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"This book is what every aspiring mystery writer should read before they begin their writing or for those looking to improve their sleuthing . . . Writing exercises and fill in the blank type challenges provide the reader a chance to think about their writing and practice their writing skills . . . A fine example of a writing textbook that is user friendly and perfect as a gift for young writers."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2013

"This series presents aspiring writers with step-by-step tools for creative writing in various genres . . . Teachers will love the writing tips, lists, and story prompts provided . . . This well-organized series provides students and teachers alike with excellent ideas for beginning or strengthening the creative writing process."

Library Media Connection, May/June 2013

". . . this series straightforwardly introduces writing in various genres through chapters on inspiration, preparation. organization, composition, and publication . . . Readers will find useful starting advice, writing techniques, famous examples of the genre, as well as questions and prompts to foster engagement with their own work."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2013

"Each 48-page, hardcover volume in this outstanding series for children ages 5 and up is hallmarked by clear, concise, 'user friendly' steps to take new writers through the creative process within their chosen category . . . these 'how to' titles are so good that it can also be enthusiastically recommended to anyone and everyone seeking to write (and have published!) their own novel."

Children's Bookwatch, August 2012

"Lists of contemporary and classic literature, as well as movies, give readers plenty of models to help them create their pieces. The organizational strategies and writing exercises are user-friendly. The books are narrated in such a way that readers are treated like real written no matter their age. Sidebars tackle additional topics."

School Library Journal, Fall 2012

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