Mystery: Page: 4

This is page 4 of the Mystery posts on Wruters Write.


  • Telling Lies For Fun and Profit: Setting Your Sights (2001-08-01): A couple of months ago I returned to Antioch College to teach an intensive week-long seminar on fictional technique.

  • HBO Announces Web-Only Mystery Series (2001-07-10): HBO Family, has announced the launch of Dead Mysteries, a Web-only mystery series.

  • A Conversation With Alan Jacobson (2001-06-01): Bestselling mystery author Alan Jacobson took a circuitous route to a writing career.

  • A Conversation With Gayle Lynds (2001-05-01): New York Times bestselling author Gayle Lynds grew up in a small town in Iowa near the Missouri River.

  • A Conversation With Jerrilyn Farmer (2001-04-01): Award-winning mystery novelist Jerrilyn Farmer grew up in Lincolnwood, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago and attended Northern Illinois University, where she majored in Theatre and English.

  • A Conversation With Leslie Glass (2001-03-01): Acclaimed for crime novels that vibrate with chilling psychological suspense, bestselling author Leslie Glass knows police work from the inside-out.

  • A Conversation With James Clemens (2000-10-01): Mystery thriller fans know him as James Rollins, the New York Times bestselling author of Subterranean (HarperCollins), a fast-paced thriller which was an immediate hit with both readers and reviewers.

  • A Conversation With Phyllis Richman (2000-10-01): Recently retired after reigning as Washington, D.

  • A Conversation With Jeanne M. Dams (2000-05-01): Jeanne M.

  • Conversation With Mary Higgins Clark (2000-05-01): Bestselling mystery author Mary Higgins Clark discusses her characters, faith, creativity, writing advice and more in this wide-ranging interview.

  • A Conversation With Stephen Coonts (2000-01-01): Stephen Coonts is the author of eight New York Times bestselling novels, the first of which was the classic flying tale, Flight of the Intruder.

  • A Conversation With Sue Grafton (1999-10-01): Sue Grafton talks about her Alphabet mystery series, Kinsey Millhone, her creative process, writer's block, research and more in this exclusive interview.

  • Talking Mystery With Lawrence Block (1999-10-01): A Mystery Writers of America Grandmaster and the winner of three Edgar and four Shamus awards, bestselling novelist Lawrence Block is one of our most prolific mystery writers, with over 50 books to his credit.

  • A Conversation With Susan Wittig Albert (1999-07-01): Susan Wittig Albert became a full-time writer after abandoning her second career in teaching.

  • A Conversation With Lev Raphael (1999-05-01): Lev Raphael was born and raised in New York City, the son of Holocaust survivors.

  • A Conversation With Martha C. Lawrence (1999-05-01): Martha C.

  • A Conversation With Jennifer Sawyer Fisher (1999-04-01): Jennifer Sawyer Fisher is a Senior Editor at Avon Books where she oversees the Avon Twilight mystery line and also acquires suspense and thrillers.

  • Talking Mystery With Dianne Day (1999-03-01): Award-winning mystery author Dianne Day was destined for her career at an early age -- she wrote her first mystery novel at the age of eight.

  • A Conversation With Keith Snyder (1999-02-01): Mystery author Keith Snyder wears many hats: writer, musician, composer, and designer.

  • Research Resources for Mystery and Crime Writers (1999-02-01): The Internet contains an enormous number of research resources for crime and mystery writers.