Will have to hop over and check it out. Thanks so much!Have a great weekend,Karen
I didn't know there was a difference between mystery and suspense novels. I don't think I ever read a suspense one, while I read tons of mysteries. I love the part where we meet all of the characters. The crime doesn't always happen right away. And in good mysteries, I do sometimes get enough clues to guess the culprit if I'm clever and they play fair. If I didn't think I could guess "who done it?" I wouldn't enjoy this genre so much. It's good for my brain cells.I wouldn't like a suspense book because I don't truly like that agitated feeling. If I have enough interest to turn the page, it's a good enough book for me.
Hi Karen - Enjoy your weekend!Hi Nancy - Suspense novels do make your heart race. Mysteries are more like a puzzle.Blessings,Susan :)
Happy Memorial Day weekend!sandie ♥
Thanks for the link! Have a blessed Memorial weekend!
Hi Chatty - You too!Hi Alisa - You're welcome. Enjoy a great weekend with your family.Blessings,Susan :)
Susan: Thank you for this information. I have tried to write in the vein of mystery/suspense. I see why I was unable to complete the stories.
"Be unpredictable" caught my eye. I love stories that surprise me.Thanks for sharing, Susan. Enjoy the holiday weekend.Blessings!Jean
Hi Susan,Thanks for the info. No, I didn't know that there was a difference in these types of works.Enjoy your holiday!Jennifer @ Pen and Prosper Blog
Hi Quiet Spirit - I'm glad the information was helpful. :)Hi Jean - The surprise element is a big "wow factor" for me as well.Hi Jennifer - Yes, genres have specific attributes and rules. Blessings,Susan :)
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