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#MysteryWeek on Goodreads: Mystery & Thriller Week: May 1 to 7

You don’t have to be a Mystery or Thriller writer to participate in Mystery & Thriller Week! Starting on Monday, we’ll have writing prompts and inspiration ready for any author to engage in right here on the Authors & Advertisers Blog. Plus, there’s already a special Mystery Week question waiting for on your Author Dashboard.

Some authors have already taken the plunge with answering the question: Check out the responses from Lisa Jackson, Josh Lanyon, and Karen Maitland. Be creative and create your own! The Goodreads editorial team will be rounding up the best answers for a final post on Friday.

Here are some Best Practices for Ask the Author plus five things to remember when engaging with readers on Goodreads. You can also find seven ways to participate during Mystery Week and take the weekend to create your own mystery marketing ideas! Share your ideas on Twitter using



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