Adding An Element to Westmore

What element would I add to Westmore?

Let’s see what element do I add to Westmore?

Well, I’ve got a lot of elements already.

First, there’s the romance element.

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Plus, let’s not forget the drama element.

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So what else can I add to Westmore?

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I’m a fan of mysteries, especially whodunit stories. I know it sounds cliché, but I thought it’d be cool to add one of these plots to Westmore.

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I won’t mention which character would be the murder victim, but let’s just say this person is one of the top villains in the book.

If you’ve read the series you can probably guess who I have in mind.

With any good who done it story, you have to explore all the suspects’ motives. For each character, I’d explore their reasoning and write a scene with them confronting the victim.

Now, most who done it stories end with the suspect being someone you’d least expect. It’s usually a supporting character, someone who’s not seen often.

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To me, that’s going the safe route. With me, I’d make one of the main characters the killer. I feel that would add more drama to the story.

Talking about the whodunit mystery has me anxious to work on the story.

Stay tuned for the next volume of Westmore, you never know which character is going to suffer a tragic fate.

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