Instructor: John Foxjohn. In this interactive class, John Foxjohn takes the students through the ins and outs of a homicide investigation—dispelling myths brought on by TV and movies. The students will look at the pressures, emotions, and problems that homicide detectives encounter in the normal course of an investigation.
Like all of John’s classes, he encourages class participation and questions.
WHEN: Mar 7, 2011 - Mar 20, 2011
COST: $10 for Premium Members
$20 for Basic Members
Cancellation policy: Registrations are non-refundable except when the workshop is cancelled by Savvy Authors.
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John Foxjohn, the 2008 author of the year, epitomizes the phrase “been there—done that.” Born and raised in the rural East Texas town of Nacogdoches, John quit high school and joined the Army at seventeen—Viet Nam veteran, Army Airborne Ranger, policeman and homicide detective, retired teacher and coach, and now a multi-published author.
John uses his extensive experience, as well as meticulous research, to write his suspenseful, true-to-life novels with seemingly real characters who tell his stories.
John has taught classes at writer workshops, conferences, and online for three years. He has presented at the MWA national conference, and is scheduled to present at the RWA conference in Nashville in 2010.
John is a member of Romance Writers of America, Northwest Houston chapter of RWA, Elements of Romance, Kiss of Death, Lethal Ladies, Sisters-in-Crime, East Texas Writers Guild, League of Texas Writers, and more online writing groups than he can count. He is a full time writer and speaker and lives in Lufkin, Texas, but travels extensively across the U.S.