Tuesday, August 07, 2012

What are you writing?

Is it suspense or is it a thriller? A visual example courtesy of Criminal Element

8 comments:

Bill Plante said...

Janet Reid - you could give up your day job.

Donna L Martin said...

I'm juggling a number of projects right now...one YA mystery, one YA fantasy, one MG adventure, and a number of children's picture books. No one can say I have too much time on my hands! ;~)

Donna L Martin
www.donnalmartin.com
www.donasdays.blogspot.com

Sheila JG said...

That's hilarious - a perfect explanation. You could even add psychological realism - who owns that many cats?

pjcasselman said...

When I saw the question, I was unclear on the answer. Now it's crystal.

Elissa M said...

This is the best example of suspense vs. thriller I've ever seen. Awesome.

Vicki Orians said...

YA Fantasy/Paranormal Romance

White Gardenia said...

'Suspense' vs. 'thriller'? I hope for the sake of the cute little chipmonk, it will not be classified as 'horror.'

GillyB said...

@White Gardenia: the typo of "chipmonk" made me envision a whole cloister of bald, robe-wearing rodents. So thanks for making me snort my coffee out my nose!