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Knitting a Mystery

Knitting a Mystery

By Sally Goldenbaum Readers sometimes ask why so many cozy mystery writers structure their stories around a theme—like food or knitting or gardening or bookstores. Why isn’t a plain old… READ MORE

Kensington Mystery Panel

Mysterious Galaxy Author/ Moderator Crowdcast Instructions Mysterious Galaxy uses Crowdcast for its virtual events. The virtual event is streamed live on Crowdcast as well as on our Facebook page. For… READ MORE

Food and the Mystery By Dana Dratch

Food and the Mystery By Dana Dratch

Photo credit: Ji-yeon Yun on Pixabay.com It’s the combination that goes together like tea and scones: food and mysteries. Maybe it’s because writers spend so much time dreaming up plots,… READ MORE

Crafting The Murder Mystery By Dana Dratch

Crafting The Murder Mystery By Dana Dratch

Photo credit: Devanath via Pixabay.com A murder mystery is like a magic trick: It’s all about what you don’t see. That’s why writers need some strategically placed characters lurking not-so-subtly… READ MORE

Knitting a Mystery by Sally Goldenbaum

Knitting a Mystery by Sally Goldenbaum

Have you ever wondered why so many cozy mysteries revolve around food or knitting or gardening or bookstores? Why isn’t a plain old murder enough? Who needs herbs or bamboo… READ MORE

The Mystery of Masks by Mary Jo Putney

The Mystery of Masks by Mary Jo Putney

The urge to dress up isn’t universal, but it is wide spread!  In historical romances, one of the fun tropes is the masquerade ball, where guests can come as Cleopatra… READ MORE