Crime Division: Medications as a Murder Weapon (in Fiction writing, Of Course) Joynell Schultz, PharmD, RPh

Hmmm… You have someone to kill. You need a creative way, and the old-fashioned gun, knife, rope, or Pillow Suffocation simply won’t do. Using a medication sounds intriguing. In the alphabet soup of drugs, which one makes the perfect instrument of death?

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Where Do Ideas and Inspirations Come from for Mysteries? by Heather Weidner

 

Thank you so much for letting me visit today. I write mystery novels and short stories. And I’m often asked about where my ideas come from.

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My Mystery Addiction Started with Nancy Drew by Heather Weidner

My Mystery Addiction Started with Nancy Drew

I have loved mysteries since Scooby Doo and Nancy Drew. Saturday morning cartoons in the United States in the 1970s were full of mysteries and sleuths. I adored Scooby Doo, Hong Kong Phooey, Speed Buggy, the Funky Phantom, and Josie and the Pussycats. And as a kid with a newly minted library card, I quickly learned that there were lots of books full of mysteries, crimes, and capers.  

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