- Print Length: 157 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GOQ7TJ8
My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Meet J.C. Cauthon:
J. C. Cauthon is a full-time author. She has always been a story-teller, taking her first plunge into the writing world with a short story written in kindergarten. She held onto this urge to write as she grew up, always keeping her nose in a book that she was reading or in a notebook where she was scribbling her stories. J. C. majored in English: Creative Writing at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.
She now resides in rural Eastern North Carolina with her husband, four kids, and a farm full of animals.
For information on upcoming releases, book giveaways, or just to drop J. C. a note, please visit the following links. She’ll be pleased to hear from you!
Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/author/jccauthon
What can be more fun than a book filled with Weapons, potions, suspects and murder victims?That is exactly what you get with the daily prompts from J.C. Cauthon in her amazingly fun book called Case Files: Whodunnit?, Vol. 1 when I first opened the book, I was surprised at the variety of options available to assist in writing those mysteries that are so intriguing.
over 150 pages of names, crimes, weapons and locations, each one more interesting than the one before. Mysterious words like a shovel, a reception, a zipper, and the list runs for pages makes the writers mind buzz with scenarios. There is so much packed in these pages. This is such a great tool for honing your skill as a mystery writer.
The author has provided you with enough facts, details and objects to create one heck of a lot of whodunnit mysteries.
This is the novelist or short story author dream come true. I have never written mysteries as I am concerned I will not do a very good job, but with this book, I am inspired to try my hand at few short stories. who knows, next year, I might have a whole book of mysteries for readers to solve. This is as helpful as the Daily prompts book that came out earlier this year by J. C. Cauthon. This author has perfected the quick scene and set the stage for full-blown mysteries. This is another wonderful book of prompts and clues.
Where to Find Case Files:Whodunnit?
The book is available in paperback and kindle edition and can be purchased by clicking the link below.