“When I am writing about a particular murderer I really am entering into his mind: feeling his emotions, feeling his needs, feeling his violence, feeling his unhappiness. I think that, with all the characters, when I am writing about that character, I am that character and I believe that character for as long as I am writing that character.”
by Jill Kronstadt
The author unveils facts as the characters experience them . . . “The detective can know nothing which the reader isn’t also told . . . It would be a very, very bad detective story at the end if the reader felt, ‘Who could possibly have guessed that?’”
by Juhi Singhal Karan and Rachel Leal
“How does one attempt to grasp the incomprehensible? Through lists,” says Umberto Eco. To help you stay afloat amidst the deluge of end-of-year best-books lists, we bring you, well, yet another list.
by Juhi Singhal Karan
Victorian women readily turned to writing popular novels as a means to support themselves and their families. Profiled below are five Victorian authoresses who were also Bloomers.