Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Why I write mysteries

“I write my mysteries for pleasure, mine and I hope yours, and for money.”- Joe Gores
That's why Joe Goes writes mysteries, which got me thinking about why I write mysteries:
Puzzle1.    I like solving a puzzle.
Puzzle structure
2.    I like the structure of the mystery.
Prisoner

3.    I love bringing the bad guy to justice.
Romance
4.    I like that you can add romance to the mystery.
Beginning
5.    I like that there’s a beginning, middle and end.
Weapon
6.    I like figuring out fresh ways to kill people.
Poison-1
7.    I love researching different poisons, weapons, and household objects as murder methods.
Friends
8.    I love the mystery community – everyone is so supportive and friendly.
Checklist
9.    I love bringing together characters, settings, and plot.
Pulp mystery
10.    Most of all, I love reading mysteries.
So why do you write or read mysteries?

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