Forensic Fridays

Forensic Fridays on YouTube is about the weird, macabre, & true! You’ll find it here. Stories from the forensic world. Some of them are my own.

What's the best way to plot out a Hollywood-worthy crime story? A- story murder mysteries like Pushing Daisies! B-stories with high personal stakes like Monk! When to craft humorous crime stories. And how to use double protagonists like in the movie Prisoners.

Learn how to tell if someone is actually dead and how medical examiners categorize death.

What is the ONE Thing All Great Crimes Stories Have? A memorable protagonist. Find out how you can create the next amazing crime hero with some rather exotic examples from film and TV!


Forensic Speak

How to Write Realistic Crime Dramas

Forensics finally explained in lay people's terms. Forensic Speak unlocks the secrets of forensic science for writers and fans alike by taking readers behind the crime tape, lab doors, and into the morgue, to learn how things are really handled. Over 300 forensic terms. A filmography of 100 film and TV examples and 80 additional resources. This book provides writers direct access to hundred of ways to make crime writing more authentic.

Used world wide by film and TV writers, film schools, criminology majors, police detectives, and CSIs.


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Ideal for writers, directors and producers - learn the difference between reel vs. real in forensics

Ideal for writers, directors and producers - learn the difference between reel vs. real in forensics

For writers interested in authentically and accurately using elements of forensic science in their screenplays and fictio.

For writers interested in authentically and accurately using elements of forensic science in their screenplays and fictio.

Elevate your crime writing

Elevate your crime writing

Gives screenwriters the tools they need to write believable crime dramas

Gives screenwriters the tools they need to write believable crime dramas

FREE panel discussion with an esteemed panel of working Crime TV writers.

FREE panel discussion with an esteemed panel of working Crime TV writers.