Posted on 12/03/2019 at 01:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
We’ve all been there: We’re reading a book or watching a show or film in which a character shares our day job … and does something completely illogical that we’d never do.
Author Patrick O’Donnell — as a police sergeant of nearly twenty-five years — has lived that experience many a time.
Unsurprisingly, he also offers technical advising to writers in all mediums for making their fictional police work more accurate.
Preview some of O’Donnell's tips for writing police procedurals on Joanna Penn’s blog.
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