Category Archives: Dead Game

Looking for a Good Overview of Forensic Psychology?

It’s fun when I encounter an article and as I’m reading it, I think, “Yes!  This explains perfectly why I have such a passion for my chosen field!”  I never cease to be fascinated by the world of forensic psychology.  … Continue reading

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Inspiration for the Opening Fog Sequence of Dead Game

One of my favorite ways to take a break from writing is to go the beach.  It doesn’t matter the time of the year because the subtle seasonal changes make the coastline almost a magical place for me.  I actually … Continue reading

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What Scares You?

I enjoyed scary movies growing up, basically anything with a tormented monster intent on revenge or some crazed guy wielding an ax.  I was one of those fearless little kids never afraid of the dark.  I had to be because … Continue reading

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Looking for a Thrilling Read?

SILENT PARTNER WINNER: 2011 Suspense, Readers Favorite, Silver Award FINALIST: 2011 Thriller, Readers Favorite One Cop, One Serial Killer, One Witness Northern California’s elite Police K9 Units arrive at an abandoned warehouse after a high-speed chase and apprehend two killers … Continue reading

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New Mexico Offers Compelling Story of One Man Who Decided to Get Involved

If you saw a young girl get kidnapped right before your very eyes, would you have the mental focus and the courage to get involved?  Or, would there be that moment of shock and absolute terror followed by a feeling … Continue reading

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Change the Perspective of Your Characters

When I began developing my characters for my Emily Stone Series, I found it quite helpful to outline the main characters from various perspectives.  Sometimes with recurring characters, a scene might become flat and you’re not sure why.  When you … Continue reading

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My Personal Stab at Research

One of the things I stress about writing a novel is you must do your research.  It doesn’t matter if you’re writing fiction or non-fiction because research should be mandatory.  I actually love research.  You get to learn something brand … Continue reading

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