A-Pluss.com Detective Short Story Contest Challenges Writers to Hone New Skills

Top Quote A-Pluss.com writers compete to create best detective short story. Winner gets bonus, Sitename customers see enhanced project writing skills. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 11, 2011 - At the A-Pluss.com offices, the big question soon will be, "Whodunit?" More specifically, our writers will compete to see "whodunit" best! The winners of our detective short fiction contest will get money awards and bragging rights, but our clients will be the real beneficiaries. All those new skills will be applicable to academic writing projects in the future.

    A-Pluss.com puts a lot of thought into keeping what can be a very stressful and draining occupation fun and interesting. If our writers' intellectual and creative batteries run down, we are sunk, and so are our customers!

    For this reason, we keep the workplace hopping with all sorts of activities that encourage our professionals. A more scientific description might be that we foster a stimulus-rich environment.
    This new challenge will offer all our writers a chance to compete on relatively equal footing. The judges, our resident mystery buffs, will be looking for taut, logical, suspenseful plotting, good character development, and credible background and setting descriptions. This will apply whether the sub-genre is Noir, Amateur Sleuth, Humorous, or other.

    Not surprisingly, many of the same skills and attention to detail that make a detective short story good are those that create an A paper. This cross training is the reason we hold such contests, and you can read about previous such competitions at http://a-pluss.com.

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