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Researching the Real World:
Invaluable References for Writers

This collection is filled with everything you need to know to write realistic plots and characters. You will dive to the bottom of character psychology, learn about weapons and poisons,
gain insight from the world of police, counselors and the U.S. military, and so much more!
You will also learn how to effectively cite your sources.

With 12 proven resources, including six books, four downloads, and two videos,
plus a savings of 65%,this is a collection no writer should miss!

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This Collection Includes:

The Writer's Guide to Weapons

Details, details, details: even the smallest minutia can be the difference between a bestseller and a dusty manuscript sitting on your shelf. This book explains how weapons operate and what situations and characters fit best with each. 

The Writer's Guide to Psychology

This book provides the tools to depict psychological disorders and emergencies accurately, portray therapists realistically, incorporate both historical and modern psychological treatments convincingly, and use psychological terms correctly. 

S7805 Howdunit: Forensics eBook

Award-winning author and TV show consultant D .P. Lyle, M.D. offers an insider's view of each area of forensics-from the crime scene to the autopsy and everything in between. 


Z0562 Police Procedure & Investigation

Learn how police investigations really work with insight into a cops world. This book includes terminology, tools, legal terms, jail/gang slang, drug information and much more! 


Writer's Guide To Character Traits

From serial killers and drug addicts to career professionals, blue-collar workers, and the rich and famous, this book, written by a practicing psychologist, profiles the mental, emotional, and physical characteristics of different personality types. 


11029 A Civilian's Guide to the U.S. Military

This all-inclusive guide includes details about Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, and special forces. Information for each branch includes its mission, background, ranks, uniforms, joining and training information, weapons, and more explained in terms that are easy to understand and make for fascinating reading. 

Books, Crooks and Counselors

Practicing attorney and mystery novelist Leslie Budewitz demonstrates how to use legal concepts, terminology, and procedure to create fiction that is true to life and crackling with real-world tension. 



How Do I Conduct Effective Research? eBook Excerpt

In this download you'll learn better ways to research & find the information you're looking for. You'll also learn how and when you need to cite these sources. 

Book Of Poisons

This eBook details everything you need to know about including poisons in your story. You'll learn about symptoms, administration, reaction time, and toxicity levels for a variety of poisons. A glossary of medical terms and a cross-reference guide helps get your facts 


Dangerous Minds and Dead Bodies

Cyril H. Wecht, M.D. And Dr. Katherine Ramsland, Ph.D. share insight from years of forensic experience. Wecht gives insight from having performed thousands of autopsies; Ramsland has researched and written about the history of forensics. They discuss new methods for gathering and testing evidence, as well as the psychology of pairs of killers and copycat killers. 


The Psychology of Character Thought, Action and Dialogue

Award-winning author D.P. Lyle, M.D. (Howdunit Forensics) says that in order to write any story you must first understand what makes people do what they do. Here he breaks down the different segments of personalities that will help you better understand your characters. 

Facts of Fiction Cheat Sheet

This free bonus download is a handy "cheat sheet" to four complex, real-world professions, including doctors, lawyers, military personnel, and police officers - the jobs most often portrayed incorrectly by writers. If you're concerned that what you've written about a character doesn't ring true, take a quick look at The Facts of Fiction to determine if perhaps you need to do a bit more research in order to avoid negative reader feedback or reviews. 


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