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Canajoharie workshop to solve writing mystery

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According to Albany author Frankie Bailey, the hardest thing about writing a mystery novel is getting past the middle. “A lot of people get an idea, get 50 or 60 pages in and stall out,” she said. “Even experienced writers.” She’ll be sharing tips on how to overcome “the sagging middle” as she calls it, along with other literary lessons at a four-week mystery writing workshop series starting Sunday at the Canajoharie Library. “Follow the ...


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