Ep. 53. Author & Screenwriter Jennifer Dornbush on Evidentiary Trails & Genre

Season #3

Jennifer Dornbush talks about the proper processes and evidentiary trails to follow in a crime story, but she also helps connect the dots to see that the same principles can really be applied to all stories, not just in the crime genre. And speaking of genre, Jennifer and Zena also discuss what makes the crime genre so popular and fulfilling.

Jennifer is a screenwriter, author, international speaker, and forensic specialist. Raised as the daughter of a medical examiner whose office was in their home; forensics and crime writing are infused into her DNA. Jennifer penned suspense thriller HOLE IN THE WOODS; historical crime fiction THE LOCARD PRINCIPLE; true crime memoir, RAISED BY THE ICE MAN; on-going mystery series THE CORONER'S DAUGHTER, and contributes to mystery anthologies. She also created the acclaimed crime writerā€™s guide FORENSIC SPEAK. As a screenwriter Jennifer has optioned, sold, developed, and adapted material for film and television. She is a sought-out international teacher, speaker, and mentor. www.jenniferdornbush.com


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