Today’s Writing Crime post is a little different. It’s to tell you about a Writing Crime group I have set up to help all crime writers. As you know I have already set up the consulting, fact-checking service for crime writers, details to be found HERE.
This is something I am offering entirely FREE of charge.
If you sign up to the group you will receive a police MG11 statement (a genuine statement paper – I found online) which I have written a statement on, using an incident that occurs at the end of my novella, Three Weeks Dead. So, it’s a genuine statement, authentically written by an ex-detective.
What else will you receive in this group?
Every month I will send you, either;
- Another document I have completed.
- A link to an online document I know will help you.
- Another police document that forms part of a police investigation.
All of these can be printed out and kept in a folder and your folder will grow with policing information that you, as writers, can use, or ignore, as you wish. It is fiction, but having the information means you can make an informed decision.
If you want to be a part of this group and to claim your first item (the completed statement) then go HERE.
I look forward to seeing you in the group and to sending you helpful policing documents to help you with your crime writing!
This is only useful for authors writing English and Welsh crime only I’m afraid.
Don’t panic if you’re a fan of my fiction and want to see that statement by Sally. If you’re a part of my Readers club, you should have it already. Otherwise, you can sign up HERE and you will first download the novella and then a couple of emails will be sent, within those – giving you time to read the novella – the statement will be sent.