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  • June 5, 2012
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Get to the Point, Counsel: Top Ten Tips on Writing Courtroom Scenes by Debra Mares

Debra Mares, author of The Mamacita Murders, is my guest today! Get to the Point, Counsel: Top Ten Tips on Writing Courtroom Scenes Law-related television shows, movies and books are hot.  And it’s not because they deal with the boring aspects of real life courtroom drama.  Once you step into a real life courtroom, it involves three things: Waiting, waiting, and more waiting.  TV shows only have 30 minutes and maybe an hour.  And there’s no time to wait.  So when you’re writing a courtroom scene, get to the point!  Here are some other tips on how to write an
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10 Things You Might Not Know About A Story of the West

Susan Spence, author of A Story of the West, is my guest today! 10 Things You Might Not Know About A Story of the West The models on the cover of A Story of the West are my husband and Hooper, a horse we raised. The name Lavold was borrowed from a man who used to own the ranch where we now live. When this area was first surveyed, this section was given to the railroad. Theodore Lavold bought it from the railroad in 1895 and set up a sheep shearing station. My idea for a novel came from the
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