Storyboarding

I’ve been asked a few times how I map out a mystery to make it logical and exciting and not easy to guess. I am the first to admit that I am no expert at the mystery genre. I’m still working on earning my stripes. But to answer the question, I generally use a storyboard and a timeline. Here is an example of an early storyboard I started for Trust Me, I’m Trouble. Don’t worry–no spoilers. I changed almost everything noteworthy in those first few chapters. 😉 Click the image below to enlarge it.

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One Response to Storyboarding

  1. Sam K. says:

    I read an Advance Copy of Trust Me, I’m Lying. I read it all in three hours because I was so in love with it. I wish I could read an Advanced copy of Trust Me, I’m Trouble. I am a very dedicated reader and especially love strong lead characters in touch with their dark side. I would recommend (and have recommended) this book to anyone looking for a good, exciting read. Thank you for reading my comment! I am truly honored such an incredible writer has read my words.

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