Tag Archives: The Graveyard Shift

A Writer’s Police Academy? Seriously?

Kate Flora here.¬†The weekend after Labor Day, I joined more than two hundred other writers in Greensboro, North Carolina, for an annual conference organized by the tireless and charming Lee Lofland, http://www.leelofland.com/wordpress/ designed to teach crime writers how to write … Continue reading

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You’re Still Writing It and You’re Still Writing It Wrong

Our guest post today is from Lee Lofland, who writes The Graveyard Shift blog advising writers about police procedure and runs the amazingly successful (it sold out in 13 hours) Writer’s Police Academy. In this repost from his blog, his … Continue reading

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The Other Tools of the Trade

Last week, our “techie,” Paul Doiron wrote about some of the software he uses to organize material when he’s writing, and Gerry Boyle blogged about making a video trailer for his new book. I admire their modern spirits. I’ve already … Continue reading

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