Writers use red herrings the way magicians use sleight of hand—to distract their readers from seeing what’s really there. In this video tutorial, award-winning author Jane K. Cleland explains how to use red herrings to build page-turning suspense.
Welcome to another Writerly Round-Up Post. The following items fluttered into my email or social media during the week. The link to read the full article or post is in the Header Text. I have set these Writerly Round-Up posts as a Category aptly entitled Writerly Round-Up. This should make it easy to see all of these Round-Up posts at a glance.
These are things I gathered during the week. I hope some of them are helpful or at the very least, entertaining.
Mockup2-1500x2400pixelsThis week I am adding a bit of shameless self-promotion. Kim Richards Gilchrist helped with cover art, editing and formatting so that I could release my New Author’s Revised Edition of If I Should Die. This title is available for pre-order at Amazon and will go live on 12 April 2016.