DCC wins in ABA’s Top 100 law blogs of 2013

DCC wins in ABA’s Top 100 law blogs of 2013 in the category “Criminal Justice.” The introduction they gave my blog is awesome: “If there’s a dog-eared manuscript to a legal thriller gathering dust in your back drawer, wipe that sucker off and turn to cold-case consultant Alice de Sturler’s blog. A mixture of interviews […]

3 Tips for Cold Case Blogging

3 Tips for Cold Case Blogging that will give you unique content. I follow these three simple steps every time I decide to blog about an unsolved homicide. Here they are: 1: I extent every case search to several search engines such as DuckDuckGo, Firefox, Yahoo, and Bing aside from Google. Search results differ and […]

Why you should use these free tools

Why you should use these free tools starting today! There are apps and tools that just add clutter or, you have been told they are useful but all they do is slow you down. These three free tools are important to me. They speed up what I am doing in an efficient manner. Notepad: a […]

Are you a blogger?

Are you a blogger? Do you like to read blogs? If so, get excited: the first ever NRV Bloggers Convention is in the making! Creative brain: Alice de Sturler, true crime blogger and owner of Defrosting Cold Cases Partner: Lisa Bleakley, the ‎Executive Director of Tourism at Montgomery County/Christiansburg/Blacksburg, VA Are you a local blogger […]

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 […]

Recap #crimechat March 22, 2013: the tech side of blogging

Recap #crimechat March 22, 2013: the tech side of blogging this #crimechat was an attempt to collect your questions related to the technical side of blogging. The tech side kept me from blogging for a long time. I would see a blog, think that I could do that too, and then … wonder about a million […]