This is a blog I’ve really been enjoying since I started following. It’s fun, witty, and elucidating. I hope you enjoy my Sunday reblog!
It’s not as easy as you might think to be a crime writer. And I’m not even talking about such challenges as ‘writer’s block’ or rejections from publishers. Those things happen to all writers. But I sometimes think crime writing poses special challenges. Take, for instance, travel. Yes, travel.
Just to give you a sense of what it’s like for crime writers to travel, here’s a chance for you to follow along on a trip with a crime writer. You will want to ask your disbelief to stay at home, water the plants and feed the cat, though…
When Crime Writers Travel…
The scene is a busy airport terminal. Passengers are surging everywhere, and a large group of them is waiting at the security checkpoint. Two bored-looking security officers are checking passports and boarding passes.
Officer #1: Next!
Margot (Holding out her passport and boarding pass): Good morning.
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