Happy Hump Day, everyone! For the next two weeks, I’m guest posting over at Misterio Press. Come explore the origins of the hard-boiled detective tradition, and a classic example of the subgenre: The Maltese Falcon.
Hope to see you there!
Here’s the link: How Sam Spade Came to be Hard-Boiled, part 1
4 thoughts on “How Sam Spade came to be hard-boiled, part 1”
Lovely to see another post from you!
Like you, I’m more of a cozy mystery-lover, but you may have tempted me to dabble with the ten-minute eggs…
Yeah, I’ve been out of the blogosphere lately, really pushing to get my 1st draft of book #3 done. Thanks so much for stopping by and checking it out!
Sometimes it’s kind of fun to have your eggs a different way… 😉
I’m about to plunge in to a first full length draft myself – hoping to have it done by the end of the year. Tips?
Sinistra, good for you! Here’s some advice that helped me (and I still have to remind myself of this):
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