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Andrew Hart - 03:48pm Aug 11, 2000 PST(#36 of 49)

Does any body have any Kids solve it your self mini Mysterys. What I am after is a website with only lots and lots and lots of Mysterys on it. Some I want to be easy and some hard. I dont think there will be such a Website but email me a quick as Possible with a Website In mind. Thankyou


Mary Margaret Nilan - 09:03am Sep 10, 2000 PST(#37 of 49)
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Andrew- Don't know if this is what would suit the bill, but try mightywords.com which has about 200 mysteries under mystery/thriller classification alone. My guess is that about 80 of these are short mysteries. You can read summary, author's bio, and reader reviews before purchasing. Most short stories at $2. They are not mini-mysteries per se. I have had my mini-mysteries published in "Woman's World" and the limit is 1,000 words for mini-mystery and I think 1,500 words for mystery.net. But WW is weekly and available at check-out counter at all grocery stores. My short mysteries on mightywords run from 1800 words to 5000 words, which is true of most on that site. Better opportunity to develop a complex plot and more in-depth characters. MARY MARGARET NILAN suspense8me@yahoo.com


Warren Ross - 01:22pm Dec 26, 2001 PST(#38 of 49)

Does anyone know the addresses to subscribe to the "Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine" or the "Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine"?


WhisperingStatue - 10:58pm May 22, 2002 PST(#39 of 49)

Is the ND Add-On site still active? No one seems to be posting there and I wrote an installment but it has never appeared. Just curious.


Fran Hinkel - 07:32am Jun 5, 2002 PST(#40 of 49)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Yes, the discussions are still active. Just click on the link in the blue area to the left of your screen for Nancy Drew.


Paul Mansfield - 01:52am Feb 18, 2003 PST(#41 of 49)
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Haunted London guided walking tours www.tourguides.org.uk


linda bishop - 03:23pm Mar 5, 2003 PST(#42 of 49)

The White Keys Club is still meeting. There are many adventures and mysteries to solve.


Nataly Ivanko - 09:37am Mar 13, 2003 PST(#43 of 49)

I am searching for unsolve crimes and unexpleind events(not NLO)in the whole world.All materials send to my e-mail address Fjo_dor@yahoo.com


serena hamilton - 08:37am Oct 9, 2003 PST(#44 of 49)
white keys club

The White Keys Club - for a list of best adventures contact serena_hamilton@hotmail.com. Want to really have fun? Its sort of like Sherlock meets Mr. Parker Pyne. Can get kind of crazy and always a hint of danger. No, these are not mystery stories, they are real adventures you can have!


Corinne Buffington - 05:01pm Feb 10, 2005 PST(#45 of 49)

Echo Mountain Elementary School in Phoenix, AZ is hosting a Children's Writer's Workshop in mid-June. We are looking for published authors in the immediate area who are interested in participating. Please contact us if you are interested. We believe the Mystery genre would be an exciting way for our 4-6th graders to learn more about writing. Email cbuffy@myway.com if interested. Thanks!


Stanley Fisher - 04:05pm May 11, 2005 PST(#46 of 49)

Does anyone know of a mystery book discussion group that meets in New York (Manhattan)?


Debby Buchanan - 11:54am May 23, 2006 PST(#47 of 49)
Co-Chair Deadly Ink Mystery Conference

A Writer's Group has formed at the Morris County Library, Whippany, NJ. Our next meeting is June 22, 2006. While the group is open to writers of every genre, there are several mystery writers in the group.


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