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November 3, 2010

NaNoWriMo: Even More Q&A with Dr. Reade Quinton, M.E.

Crime fiction often features crime scenes, investigations and autopsies. Learn more about the reality of it so you can write it fresher, bigger and more in depth in your own books. Don’t think this information is limited to just crime scenes, however, think about it: if your werewolf or vampire doesn’t want to be detected, this is good information for he or she to know. Working on an intrigue or a romantic suspense? You may not need to show all the gritty details, but you will want to know what could happen if it’s important to your story. Q&A with […]
November 2, 2010

NaNoWriMo: More Q&A with Dr. Reade Quinton, M.E.

More indepth questions and answers with Medical Examiner Dr. Reade Quinton. The following information is great for first time or long-time writers. If you’re looking for a nugget of authenticity or just want to clear up some misconceptions, check out today’s Q&A with more tomorrow! Keep on writing NaNoWriMos! Q&A with Dr. Reade Quinton 7. What is Texas law with regard to autopsy? Are all unattended deaths investigated? What about attended deaths? The following deaths are considered medical examiner jurisdiction: – Unexpected or unexplained deaths – Death in the workplace – Death within 24 hours of admission to the hospital […]