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Old 02-05-2013, 07:16 PM   #2
crich70
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I get it from imagining explaining something. For example I have an idea for a mystery that I got from reading about what the author of an ebook I just bought called the trinity of a mystery. Basically it's the idea that mysteries need 1. a victim 2. a killer and 3. a sleuth. So I started imagining a victim and who would want to kill him and why as well as other possible suspects who might have a reason to kill the victim. Then I had to think of who would be the sleuth. How would this person come to be involved in solving the murder? It's still in its most early stages but I even have a possible title "Murder at Lonsdale House."
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