You've identified MOTIVE, MEANS and OPPORTUNITY, yet that final creative touch to complete your masterful whodunit is eluding you. I know how you feel because I've been there.
Sometimes, it just takes another pair of eyes to look things over and to make a few comments that will turn a good, but ordinary, plot into one that exudes intrigue and excitement.
Put my (gulp!) 34 years of murder mystery party writing experience to work for you. We'll talk either on the phone or via Skype and together we'll brainstorm the critical pieces of your murder mystery puzzle to make it one your friends and sleuthing associates will rave about for years to come.
I'll assist you in analyzing your scenario and in tweaking the details to make sure your party is one for the "best teller list." You'll come away from our time together with unique solutions to your writer's block.
If you own my "Super-Secret Murder Mystery Writing System," and have followed my step-by-step instructions, we'll refine your plot and channel it into a cohesive solution. Whether or not you choose to use my system, I'm ready to work with you.
My sleuthing consulting fee is $75 per hour. You can reserve our rendezvous by clicking on the button below.
I'd be happy to review it and give you my professional critique on how to make it a complete success. The fee for reviewing your standard mystery (about 35 to 40 pages) is $250. Click on the button below to get started with the process.
Of course, the ultimate way to work with you is at one of my Mystery Writing Boot Camps. We'll spend three days together refining your mystery. What could be better? Click on the banner below to find out more about this one-of-a-kind event.
Your murder mystery will be one that will delight and thrill your audience. You'll receive kudos for your mystery writing prowess. What could be better? I look forward to being your wordsmithing partner while creating the perfect murder mystery party!
The Chief Inspector
at the Brumder Mansion in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
September 9th thru 11th!
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