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A Random Day in the Life of a SDP Author

Take a moment to catch up with our resident Crime author Evelyn Infante and check out her newest novel Bloodhound Investigations


The house is clean, the laundry done, and it’s raining—a perfect day for a writer who’s been procrastinating lately, to get on with the hard but enjoyable work of writing. That’s where my mind was on the day I wrote this:


A Rainy Day Doing Research

On this rainy day in the Poconos, what else is there to do for a writer than do research on a new story idea? Oh, and bake, but today I want to concentrate on my new book idea.

I spent most of the day immersed in my laptop, going from website to website and taking notes, not noticing the time.

Other than giving my characters a personality, my favorite part of writing a story is learning new things. If it weren’t for looking for situations to place my characters in, I would not have learned such interesting things as what happens to a dead body in different circumstances. For instance, I read a most interesting article about a body where saponification had taken place. Of course, I did not know what that meant, not being a forensics investigator or other scientific expert, but luckily, the article explained saponification is an event that occurs after death in which a body undergoes chemical changes that transform body fat into a substance called adipocere, a by-product of decomposition. Fascinating! I love science.

After having written two books about a fictional homicide detective turned private investigator who gets pulled into a homicide, my interest in dead bodies is understandable, right?          Keep reading HERE


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