Archives for October 2013

Sum it Up! #45

Sum it Up! #45 is all about forensics. As we near the end of 2013, think back to some crimes that captured the world. In 1918, the Romanov family was butchered. Since we did not immediately find all family members’ remains speculation about survival endured and imposters contributed to the mystery. Until we found two […]

10Qs for Linda Poitevin

10Qs for Linda Poitevin, the author of the Grigori Legacy. Linda guest blogged on DCC about blog tours. If you ever plan one, please read her posts first (part 1 is here and part 2 is here). They are filled with tips! Despite being busy, Linda found time for 10 questions. Questions: 1: Are your […]

I’m almost four, now what?

I’m almost four, now what? My blogoversary is coming up and I have zero inspiration for an anniversary post. Maybe I do but it does not feel that way. I have followed some blog chats on Twitter lately to get ideas. Of course, I could do a guest post but around Thanksgiving it isn’t easy […]

Recap #CrimeChat Oct 25, 2013

Recap #CrimeChat Oct 25, 2013 with Shaun Kaufman & Colleen Collins a.k.a. the Writing PIs. It is always a pleasure to talk to these two. There are always new stories, new books they are working on, and they have a great sense of humour. While Shaun was driving home from court, Colleen and I started […]

Announcing AISOCC’s Official Blogger!

Announcing the AISOCC‘s Official Blogger! The American Investigative Society of Cold Cases will start blogging soon. Their blogger: yours truly. I am very proud that Kenneth L. Mains and the other members have reviewed my blog and profile and decided to ask me. Being the society’s official blogger will give me the opportunity to help advance […]

A new gem: AISOCC

The AISOCC is short for the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases. They are a non-profit, volunteer based organization of professional investigators whose sole mission is to aid in solving cold cases. Using crime scene reconstruction and criminal profiling, they look at cases submitted to them by law enforcement (but not exclusively). Law enforcement then […]