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5 Writing Tips for Punching up Fight Scenes

I love reading and writing action-oriented stories. It doesn’t matter if it’s a movie or book—I love all the action with fights, weapons, car chases, martial arts, or an old-fashioned shootout. It may sound easy enough to write, but you … Continue reading

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4 Influential Figures in the History of Forensic Psychology

Forensic psychology is a fascinating specialty that focuses on researching human behavior, as it relates to the law.  To that end, forensic psychologists utilize their research, experience and skills to consult within the legal system – in both civil and … Continue reading

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You Ask: So What’s the Real Story Behind DEAD COLD?

I receive this question quite a bit about what my inspiration was for creating vigilante detective Emily Stone and the rest of the crime thriller series. Well let me tell you… What you are about to read is true, at … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas! Thank you ALL for Making this a Memorable Year

This has been an extremely diverse and interesting year. We’ve all had ups and downs, but objectively I think that we’ve learned something from our experiences. Remember, there is always something to be learned from something unpleasant, and oftentimes, something … Continue reading

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DNA Justice in 2017: 3 Cold Case Murders Solved by Forensics

Justice eluded these murder victims for many years. But, due to the hard work of detectives, and advancements in DNA analysis – the killers were identified. And justice was served. The Killing of Wendy Jo Halison It was 1968 on … Continue reading

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The Reality of Forensics: 6 Myths Debunked

Pop culture has a fascination with the world of forensic science. Whether it’s a television show, movie or novel. The public’s thirst for crime drama is unquenchable. And that’s because, crime has an inherent conflict on multiple levels, which equals … Continue reading

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It Happened One Dark Night…

The blustery wind hammered the sides of the house and across the windows, but the rain refused to fall before darkness descended. High-pitched tunes of the winter season squeezed through the age cracks in between the old weather-stripping and electrical … Continue reading

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