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A Killer Plot by Ellery Adams

Title A Killer Plot
Author Ellery Adams
Publisher Penguin
Release 2010-06-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1101187867
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the small coastal town of Oyster Bay, North Carolina, you'll find plenty of characters, ne'er-do-wells, and even a few celebs trying to duck the paparazzi. But when murder joins this curious community, the Bayside Book Writers are there to get the story... Olivia Limoges is the subject of constant gossip. Ever since she came back to town-a return as mysterious as her departure-Olivia has kept to herself, her dog, and her unfinished novel. With a little cajoling from the eminently charming writer Camden Ford, she agrees to join the Bayside Book Writers, break her writer's block, and even make a few friends... But when townspeople start turning up dead with haiku poems left by the bodies, anyone with a flair for language is suddenly suspect. And it's up to Olivia to catch the killer before she meets her own surprise ending. Watch a Video

A Killer Column by Casey Mayes

Title A Killer Column
Author Casey Mayes
Publisher Penguin
Release 2011-08-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1101517131
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When puzzle columnist Savannah Stone's editor is found stabbed to death, the police look at her as the prime suspect. But Savannah knows she wasn't the only puzzle-maker to cross words with him.

A Killer Collection by Ellery Adams

Title A Killer Collection
Author Ellery Adams
Publisher Beyond The Page
Release 2015-01-23
Category Fiction
Total Pages 126
ISBN 1940846404
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first book in the terrific Antiques & Collectibles series by New York Times bestselling author Ellery Adams. In the world of antiques and collectibles, it helps to have a sharp eye for quality, a good ear for gossip, and a nose for murder. Molly Appleby is a young writer for Collector’s Weekly, and when the attractive reporter isn’t covering auctions and antique shows all over the South, she’s trying to get her new relationship with a coworker off the ground. When her latest assignment takes her to North Carolina pottery country to cover an exclusive kiln opening, she’s certain the show promises surprising offerings and rare finds. What she doesn’t expect to find is a dead body. George-Bradley Staunton is known throughout the antiques world as a very wealthy and very ruthless collector, and when he drops dead just after the opening, there are all too few mourners and a seemingly endless list of suspects. When the local police are stumped, Molly steps in to put her journalist’s nose to work sniffing out the culprit. But no sooner does she start collecting clues than another dead body falls into her lap. As Molly digs beneath the genteel surface of antiques and collectibles, she finds a world filled with backstabbing and competition, and what started as a story about rare collections might leave Molly with nothing more than a collection of corpses. “A very likable amateur sleuth . . . I’ll be happy to follow Molly on her future investigations.” —The Romance Readers Connection This is a fully revised edition of a book originally published under the name J. B. Stanley.

Killer Plot by Ian Bone

Title Killer Plot
Author Ian Bone
Publisher
Release 2001-09-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 9780613963848
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Writing All Wrongs by Ellery Adams

Title Writing All Wrongs
Author Ellery Adams
Publisher Penguin
Release 2015-11-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0698137302
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The New York Times bestselling author of Lethal Letters returns to the North Carolina Coast, where aspiring novelist and amateur sleuth Olivia Limoges discovers crime doesn’t take a vacation . . . After Olivia and Chief Rawlings enjoy a brief honeymoon on Palmetto Island, they’re joined by the rest of the Bayside Book Writers for the Coastal Carolina Crime Festival. The festival’s highlight is Silas Black, celebrity screenwriter and television producer, who is currently working on a popular television show in North Carolina. As the festival gets under way, a trickster seems to be bringing famous local ghost stories to life. But when the body of a woman close to Black is found on the beach, Olivia and her friends must deduce who on the island could resort to murder—before the sands of time run out for someone else…

Lethal Letters by Ellery Adams

Title Lethal Letters
Author Ellery Adams
Publisher Penguin
Release 2014-11-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0698137299
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Restaurant owner and aspiring novelist Olivia Limoges is busy planning a delicious menu for Oyster Bay’s biggest soiree of the spring. But she’ll need to serve some justice as well after one resident gets eighty-sixed… Everyone’s got their hands full in Oyster Bay, North Carolina. Aside from two upcoming weddings, there’s also the historical society’s annual fund-raiser: the Secret Garden Party and Candlelit Ball. Adding to the excitement, Olivia witnesses the discovery of a time capsule in the foundation of a local church. The historical society president hopes to display its contents at their party, but when the items are finally revealed to the public, Olivia notices one of them has vanished. After a frightening find beneath the pier—the body of Ruthie Holcomb—Olivia is certain there’s a connection between the young woman’s death and the missing piece from the time capsule. With the help of her fellow Bayside Book Writers, Olivia sets out to uncover some clues and ensure a killer has no reason to celebrate…

Plot Development by Jesper Schmidt

Title Plot Development
Author Jesper Schmidt
Publisher Fantasy Publishing
Release 2020-08-03
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 285
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Do you want to write a stronger story? Would you like to worry less about plot holes and weak characters? Some writers shy away from outlining, believing it their worst nightmare, and state that time is better spent writing a novel than planning it. Then there are those who’ve tried plotting, perhaps more than a few times, only to get lost in the weeds and overwhelmed by frustration. Stories that work all follow a certain structure; you just need to learn how to apply it. Plot Development is a step-by-step guide which will teach you: ● How to decide on the number of characters to include in your novel ● How to make each character come alive with their own wants and needs ● How to choose between different types of outlines ● How to develop engaging events and where to place them within your story ● How to enhance your plot with potent subplots ● How to build chapters, designed to deliver an immersing experience for the reader ● How to review and edit your outline to make it even better ● How to enrich your opening and closing chapters Included are seven bonus chapters, covering important topics like: theme, beta readers, short story plotting, and much more. Additionally, you’ll be able to download an outline template to provide an in-depth guide for your plotting. No more getting lost in those weeds! Plot Development is brought to you by two bestselling authors, who have published more than twenty novels between them. Leverage the power of story structure and take your writing to the next level.

The Plot Against Roger Rider by Julian Symons

Title The Plot Against Roger Rider
Author Julian Symons
Publisher House of Stratus
Release 2001-01-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1842329294
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Roger and Geoffrey knew each other for years. Roger was the intelligent, good-looking, successful one and Geoffrey was the one everyone picked on. When years of suppressed anger surfaced, Geoffrey took revenge by sleeping with Roger's wife. Was this enough for all those put-downs? When Roger turned up dead the police certainly didn't think so.

Plot Development Step by Step by Jesper Schmidt

Title Plot Development Step by Step
Author Jesper Schmidt
Publisher Fantasy Publishing
Release 2020-08-03
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 200
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn the step-by-step system for outlining a successful novel. The two bestselling authors behind the previous guidebook, Plot Development, which showed writers how to outline an entire novel, now bring you this workbook full of practical exercises to plan your novel. Following the principles you learned in Plot Development, this guided approach takes you through the following steps: ● The creation of your cast of characters ● The development of the protagonist, antagonist, POV characters, and minor characters ● The construction of the entire outline, from start to finish ● The composing of subplots to enhance your story ● The structure of a powerful chapter and how to build it ● The editing process to make your outline stronger ● The approach to enrich your opening and closing chapters Plot Development: Step by Step is jam-packed with precise questions and thoughtful exercises, designed to give birth to a phenomenal novel.

The Microgenre by Anne H. Stevens

Title The Microgenre
Author Anne H. Stevens
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release 2020-01-23
Category Social Science
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1501345834
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Everybody knows, and maybe even loves, a microgenre. Plague romances and mommy memoirs. Nudie-cutie movies, Nazi zombies, and dinosaur erotica. Baby burlesks, Minecraft fiction, grindcore, premature ejaculation poetry...microgenres come in all varieties and turn up in every form of media under the sun, tailor-made for enthusiasts of all walks of life. Coming into use in the last decade or so, the term "microgenre" classifies increasingly niche-marketed worlds in popular music, fiction, television, and the Internet. Netflix has recently highlighted our fascination with the ultra-niche genre with hilariously specific classifications -- “independent supernatural dramedy featuring a strong female lead” – that can sometimes hit a little too close to home. Each contribution in this collection introduces readers to a different microgenre, drawn from a range of historical periods and from a variety of media. The Microgenre presents a previously untreated point of cultural curiosity, revealing the profound truth that humanity's desire to classify is often only matched by the unsustainability of the obscure and hyper-specific. It also affirms, in colorful detail, what most people suspect but have trouble fathoming in an increasingly homogenized and commercial West: that imaginative projects are just that, imaginative, diverse, and sometimes completely and hilariously inexplicable.