The Way a Sleuth Should Always be Written
Marcia Muller, the writer of Creating a Female Sleuth, realized that there was no really interesting and powerful female sleuths thought up at the time. So she decided to create one and in order to do that it would have to be a perfect story that not only made a female sleuth better than a male one it would have to be exciting. The Female Sleuth would have to be thought out and planed for every step, of her life and the processes of writing. So here are some examples of how Muller used the processes of writing to create her female sleuth.
The writing process is important because it is the process that writers experience and follow to produces a piece of writing. This is how it is explained in the book, Patterns for College Writing “ Writers experience while rearranging ideas or hunting for the right word. If a writer’s struggle is successful, the finished work is welded together without a visible seam, and readers have no since of the frustration the writing experiences while rearranging ideas or hunting for the right words. Writing is not easy business, even for a professional writer.”(13). And if professional writers still think that it is isn’t easy, that don’t even know how hard it is for someone that isn’t good at it, that’s why the writing process comes in hand so that we all can understand that writing should be done in a series of steps and planned out.
Invention is when the writer decides what and when to write about and gather information to support or explain what you want to say. “When students are given a writing assignment, you may be tempted to plunge into a first draft immediately. Before writing, however, you should be sure you understand your assignment and its limits, and you should think about what you want to say.”(15). That is one of my biggest problems writing a paper, I have what I want to say in my head but when I try to put it down on paper it never comes out the way I want it to, that’s...