What Does It Take to Research True Crime?

An Amateur’s Observations of the Research Tactics True Crime Writers Use: 5 True Crime Research Sources

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I am not a true crime writer; actually, I’m quite far from it. However, it’s been a dream of mine for a long time to become involved with true crime in some writerly aspect. This has been going on for years, but nothing…

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I am a freelance writer and editor living in Oklahoma City with an interest in researching and writing about true crime.

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Tina Morlock

Tina Morlock

I am a freelance writer and editor living in Oklahoma City with an interest in researching and writing about true crime.

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