When I was a kid, I enjoyed Nancy Drew. Many stories involved treasure maps or disciphering clues. The Internet is like a giant treasure hunt. Here are some of the things I've discovered in my travels:
1. Zoe McCarthy gives 5 tips on building relationships. She stresses a genuine caring to see others succeed.
2. K. M. Weiland guest posts at The Write Conversation about using lighting to communicate mood in a scene.
3. I love teacups and saucers. While most of my modest collection aren't antiques, it's fun to read about them. Here's a website that gives tips for beginning collectors.
Writers: What are some of the techniques you use to show danger or match a dark mood?
Readers: When reading a book, what makes a scene creepy for you?
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