Today’s show marks my 100th episode of the Cops and Writers Podcast!!!
I would like to take a minute and thank all of you who support me and the show. My wonderful patrons, everyone who has purchased a book in my Cops and Writers series and my new Brew City Blues series. And, of course, the amazing guests I have had on the show over the last two years. And a big thank you to all of you, my dear listeners who listen and promote this show, I thank you.
Speaking of amazing guests, I have four of some of the most popular guests I've had on the show with us today. Retired F.B.I. Special Agent Jerry Williams, Retired Chicago Police Det. Lt. Richard Rybicki, Detective Adam Richardson of the Writers Detective Bureau, and founder of 20 Books to 50K, and LMBPN, Michael Anderle.
We exchange ‘war stories’ and give tips and hints for you writers out there. This episode was a lot of fun and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
In today’s episode we discuss:
· Some of the most shocking incidents that happened on the job.
· Amusing stories that happened on the street and inside the police department.
· Heartwarming stories that happened on the job and the human side of policing.
· Author lessons learned in 2022 and what is in store for us in 2023, and how to prepare for these changes.
· The importance of emotions in your characters, both good and bad.
· Future and current projects and books that everyone is working on.
All of this and more on today’s episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.
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