Sunday, October 31, 2010

Halloween for Suspense

What better night for a novel about suspense
than one that surrounds Halloween?
Who’s hiding behind that mask? Is it really a teen
at the door in a vampire costume expecting candy or
someone more sinister?
Do you use holidays, special circumstances, and
times of year to make your suspense novels
that much more flavorful?


1 comment:

  1. That's what I hope to do in Book Four of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club! It's going to take place around Halloween and will be titled, Tikki Torch Terror! Can't wait to see what fun stuff the kids can do--and what kind of terror hangs in the cobwebs!