A few of us are having a discussion on what makes a suspense story work.
Most have said pacing, a sense of urgency and/or danger with a story that finishes up within a fairly short amount of time with the hero and heroine working together to stay alive or vanquish the threat.
Others claim it can encompass more than one book and be told over a longer period of time.
We're hoping your wisdom can shed some light on this discussion and we can stop kicking the gin pail in frustration.
Miss Snark has the answer you're seeking. It will solve all your problems with this and clarify every single obscure point. Ready?
Tell you tomorrow.