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Operation Awesome: Pass or Pages Contest

via Operation Awesome: Pass or Pages Official Contest Rules and Agent Panel.

First-page Critiques for Mystery and Thriller Writers

via First-page Critiques . If you write mystery or thrillers, here’s a way to get constructive criticism and feedback on your first page for free. It’s a great opportunity so take advantage of it!

Introduction to Forensic Science

A cool online coursera course that would definitely be beneficial to crime/mystery writers.

International Mystery Writers’ Festival: Discovering New Mysteries

http://www.newmysteries.org/ Submissions now being accepted for 2013 International Mystery Writers’ Festival “Discovering New Mysteries”. Submission deadline is October 31, 2012 * New Stage plays and screenplays accepted

First Page Critiques at The Kill Zone

First page Critiques Send the first page of your manuscript for critiquing. I will! If you are a fan of mystery/thriller or an aspiring mystery/thriller author like me, there are some great posts to follow here.

Hint Fiction Contest

Hint Fiction Contest Here’s the scoop:   1) You may submit up to two stories (if two, submit at same time). Stories must not exceed 25 words; titles are optional, but lend to telling of the story 2) No entry fee 3) E-mail entry by midnight on April 30, 2011 (EST)   Prizes: 1st place: … Continue reading

Women of Mystery: Find the Future (The Game)

So if you’ve been following my livejournal, you’d know that I love mystery. I follow a blog called Women of Mystery and there was recently this post  Find the Future: The Game  Isn’t it amazing? I wish I could participate in New York. Here’s the video  

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Recommended Book: Mystery novel with a vampire twist…

Bloodlist by Elrod I’m not sure where I heard about this book. It was recommended to me as a good mystery read and I’ve always liked a great mystery. However, when I looked at the book cover, I realized the main character was a vampire. I stalled. I still haven’t read the twilight books. The … Continue reading