HOW TO STRUCTURE
A MYSTERY STORY

 

Clear and simple instructions on how to compose a mystery story, with examples.

What’s Inside:

Mystery stories are structured differently from regular stories!

A typical mystery story is comprised of two or more stories, fitted one into another, like Russian dolls. 

One of these stories – the Main Story – is actually told in reverse. 

Writing mystery is a great skill to have: If you master this art form, you will have much higher chances to be in-demand as a storyteller. Mystery genre is extremely suitable for no-budget and micro-budget filmmaking, because a mystery story can be fascinating even if it doesn’t include any expensive stunts, props, sets, locations or special effects.

Mystery stories are unpredictable, and can allow a writer to deliver spectacular, shocking plot twists.

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