Monthly Archives: September 2010

You Want to Write a Screenplay – But Now What?

I’ve loved movies for as long as I can remember – all genres, drama, action, thriller, and comedies.  The cinema has been a writing inspiration and a fun escape for me.  Writing a screenplay is rewarding and fun.  Writing quick, … Continue reading

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Serial Killer Profile – An Inside Look at “The Iceman”

When Richard Kuklinski was asked how he felt about killing people in an in-depth interview.  He only had this to say. “I don’t.  It doesn’t bother me.  It doesn’t bother me at all…” In one interview, he explained his killing … Continue reading

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The Innovator of Crime Fiction – Where Would Modern Detective Novels be Today Without the Creation of Sherlock Holmes?

While growing up, I loved to read mysteries with great detective characters that solved the most difficult murders – and still do.  It didn’t take me long to find some of the Sherlock Holmes novels after I read the Nancy … Continue reading

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To Outline or Not to Outline

I’m a person who makes lists and crosses things off when I’ve completed them.  It makes me feel positive about what I’ve accomplished when I can see each item marked off that long list.  In fact, I make a lot … Continue reading

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Crime Scene Investigation – Challenges of Cellular Phones & Handheld Devices

Take a moment during your day and look around at all the technology buzzing away and crackling about the airwaves.  Cell phones are literally everywhere and some phones have amazing capabilities of text messaging, Internet search, email, and GPS to … Continue reading

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