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Writing articles and tips from crime author Pauline Rowson

Writing a crime novel - mastering viewpoint

Did you know? Fascinating Facts Missing Persons

Fascinating Forensic Facts - Bullet Wounds

Writing Routines

Fascinating Forensic Facts - Blood Spatter

Why the crime genre is so popular

Pauline Rowson on how to write a crime novel or crime short story

Ten killer tips for writing crime fiction

How to write a crime novel - writing first drafts

Writing a crime novel - developing characters

The relationship between a writer and her characters

The seven emotional stages of writing a novel

Pauline Rowson explains how she chooses the titles of her crime novels

The secret of successful writing is in the revisions

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Pauline Rowson's writing tips - persistence, patience and a keen interest in humanity

Pauline Rowson discusses using time frames in crime novels

Write what you are enthusiastic about not what you know

Writing a crime series and keeping it fresh

Are crime writers psychopaths? Pauline Rowson explores the relationship between writers and their characters

Q & A - Pauline Rowson on the writing process and her crime novels

Creating strong characters - the secret to a successful crime series

Creating strong central characters

The perfect system for writing a crime novel

Choosing characters names

Writing a Crime Novel – Developing Characters

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