This Writer’s Manual is small but packed full of vital information for those writing in the genre of Mystery, Detective, Thriller, Police, Spy, Espionage, Adventure…no filler, no fluff. If you want to make more money in these genres, here is the formula: #1. Be able to express yourself with words on paper (You must have a reasonable level of talent). #2. Know the subject matter of which you write (This is where most writers fail). #3. People who read your book are impressed enough to recommend it to others. Cover #1 and #2. and it will result in #3.
Writers with the information and insight of #2., will be enabled to create a better novel or screenplay in the genres mentioned above. The difference between a good novel or script, and a great novel or script, can be a greatly enhanced income.
The fact is that 95% of authors do not understand the police, how they react, how they think and what they actually do. The same can be said for intelligence officers and agents (spies). This manual will enable you to leap ahead of other writers in the same genre. Most detective/spy novels, TV shows and movies have such huge holes in their plots that intelligent readers may find the product ridiculous. The purpose of this manual is to provide the “inside dope” on how law enforcement and intelligence agencies operate, and just as importantly, how the officers and agents think and approach problems and situations.
Equipped with this knowledge, a whole new world of potential will open up to the writer. Situations that were given a few paragraphs in a novel, or a few minutes in a movie, could become the most interesting and exciting feature of a novel or movie, and at the very least, creates endless possibilities to expand and enhance a story. Read this manual, not only to improve your stories, but to increase your incom
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Brian N. Cox is a former Mountie (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) who was an Instructor at the Canadian Police College (the Canadian Equivalent to the FBI National Academy) and at Northwest Law Enforcement Academy. He has written books based on his personal experience. He was a criminal investigator and intelligence officer who lived in China for seven years. Based on this experience, he wrote the Li Mei Spy-Suspense-Thriller novels about a Chinese female intelligence officer (Spy) sent to the USA on dangerous assignments targeting the powerful Mei Hua Triad. He also wrote a series of non-fiction “How To” books on a variety of subjects for which he had personal experience. Most notably, the “Deadly Attack Survival” series, ideal for anyone who faces danger, and in particular women who may be targeted by sexual predators or serial killers. He has also co-authored several books with Tian Yong, a Grand Master of the ancient Chinese art of anti-aging.