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Welcome, Bridget – Great information 😀
What a treat to find you, via Chris, today. I shall follow with interest. Thriller threads are in my manuscript but I keep creeping into humour territory with my MC and I’m not convinced the two go together!!
Welcome! (And you have a very interesting blog yourself). I don’t think there’s anything wrong with humour in a thriller – remember the gate keeper’s scene in Macbeth? Quote that if anyone raises an eyebrow. It’s all about light and dark – if there are pinpricks of light than the dark seems darker. (If it is equallly balanced, however, I think there may be a problem unless it falls into the cosy crime genre.) All power to your writing!
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