4/20/2019 0 Comments
This week on The Writer's Detective Bureau, interview locations, special investigations, and special deputy U.S. Marshals. I'm Adam Richardson, and this is The Writer's Detective Bureau.
This is episode number 38 of The Writer's Detective Bureau. The podcast dedicated to helping authors and screenwriters, write professional quality crime related fiction. I'd like to thank Gold Shield patron Debra Dunbar from debradunbar.com and Gold Shield patron C.C. Jameson from ccjameson.com. As well as my coffee club patrons that have been supporting me week after week, and most recently Rick Seim and Dan Stout for their support. Please check out the show notes at writersdetective.com/38 to see which authors are serious about making their stories spot on when it comes to the cop stuff.
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I can't believe we're already on episode 38. This has been a very busy week here at The Writer's Detective Bureau. Most of the consulting work that I do on the Hollywood side of things have non-disclosure agreements attached to them. So I never really get the chance to talk about the amazing screenwriters and show runners that I get to help, but this week I had a lot of fun. It was quite busy, but I had a lot of fun working with a few teams of screenwriters and I just wanted to say, if you're listening, that I cannot wait to see these stories come to life. So a big shout out to you guys even though I can't say who you are.
And then even more exciting for me this week was being interviewed by Joanna Penn for The Creative Penn Podcast, which I'm going to have to admit, it is my absolute favorite writing podcast. And I've been a Patreon patron of Joanna's for a while now because I really love the work that she does with the podcast. She covers everything related to self-publishing and just being smart about the business of it, taking care of yourself, thinking about your intellectual properties. All of these things that are so much bigger than what I cover here on this podcast.
And unlike me, Joanna absolutely has her schedule dialed in. So the episode that I will be featured on won't be published for at least another month or so, but I really had a blast talking to Joanna. So if you don't already, please check out The Creative Penn and be sure to subscribe. I promise, you are going to love it.
All right. Let's get into this week's set of questions. This week's first question I actually pulled out of The Writer's Detective Facebook group, and if you're not a member consider this a formal invitation. The quickest way to find us is by going to writersdetectivebureau.com/Facebook. That will take you to the group page where we have a bunch of cops and attorneys and other writers in there asking questions and getting answers pretty much all day every day.
So please join us and we'd love to have you in the group. I will approve you once you answer the three questions upon joining. So, anyway, this question came from Marya Miller, and that's Marya M-A-R-Y-A, and the reason why I spell that out is because you can find her at maryamiller.caand she asked, "If police executed a search warrant on a property and decided to question the inhabitant further, would they interview him at the property or take him to a police station for further questioning? And if they did the latter, why would they do that and not just question him at his house?"... Continue reading...
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