Monthly Archives: September 2016

What Lengths a Writer Goes to for Research

Highlights from the Writers' Police Academy The Writers' Police Academy conference (held in Green Bay, Wisconsin, August 11-14) started with a bang on Thursday afternoon. The attendees explored armored, S.W.A.T, and bomb squad vehicles. Lesson: my characters will need a lot more agility than I have to get inside those vehicles, especially the armored one.

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Lonely vs Being Alone – Fall Into Fiction Workshop

We all know what it's like to feel lonely. You can be in a room full of friends and family, people you love, and still feel lonely. They can all be talking, laughing, having a good time, and you feel like you're outside looking in through glass. Being lonely is not the same as being