Shannon Muir's The Pulp and Mystery Shelf

Featuring mysteries and genres born out of the classic pulp era – interviews and more on mystery/suspense/crime on Mon-Thurs and SF & Fantasy Fridays with author and Sisters in Crime member Shannon Muir, whose personal columns appear on weekends.

Category: Shannon Muir’s Mystery of Character

SHANNON MUIR’S MYSTERY OF CHARACTER – Must Characters Change?

Every Sunday, the feature SHANNON MUIR’S MYSTERY OF CHARACTER on SHANNON MUIR’S THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF focuses on the art and craft of writing from Shannon’s perspective, or gives you insight on her process as an author.

This week features Shannon looking into character arcs abd if characters need to change. 

This is an updated version of a column that Shannon Muir did for a sister site.

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SHANNON MUIR’S MYSTERY OF CHARACTER – Defining Character

Every Sunday, the feature SHANNON MUIR’S MYSTERY OF CHARACTER on SHANNON MUIR’S THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF focuses on the art and craft of writing from Shannon’s perspective, or gives you insight on her process as an author.

This week features Shannon looking into the definition of the word “character”. 

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SHANNON MUIR’S MYSTERY OF CHARACTER – It Was a Dark and Stormy Night

Every Sunday, SHANNON MUIR’S MYSTERY OF CHARACTER focuses on the art and craft of writing from Shannon’s perspective, or gives you insight on her process as an author.

This week features Shannon’s introduction of her column to SHANNON MUIR’S THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF.

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