L Is for List, List, O List: #atozchallenge

    List, list, O list! If thou didst ever thy dear father love -- ~ William Shakespeare, Hamlet, I, i   Yesterday I wrote about three conventions of the mystery/suspense novel screenplay that I see as less than realistic. Today I'm taking on two other conventions that give me pause. So-- List, list, O … Continue reading L Is for List, List, O List: #atozchallenge

K Is for Knowing–or Not: #atozchallenge

  Three scenarios: A lone woman hears a sound in the middle of the night. She doesn't know what it is, so she goes in search of the source: to the attic, the basement, the back yard, the barn, the woods, the creek. She might take a flashlight and/or a bat. She wears her pajamas … Continue reading K Is for Knowing–or Not: #atozchallenge