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The Tampa Crime Mini-Conference in Photos

June 23, 2014

As you may now, the FWA recently held a mini-conference in Tamp to teach people how to get the details right when writing crime fiction. I was provided with some pictures and text about the event that I would like to share with you all today. Enjoy and don’t forget to check the FWA website to see all the upcoming events and register to attend any of our remaining events for 2014!

Sharon Plotkin, North Miami Crime Scene Investigator, provides real-time information about blood spatters and terminology to Tampa mini-conference attendees.

Sharon Plotkin, North Miami Crime Scene Investigator, provides real-time information about blood spatters and terminology to Tampa mini-conference attendees.

Several books and t-shirts sold at the recent Tampa mini-conference.

Several books and t-shirts sold at the recent Tampa mini-conference.

From left to right: William Sudah of Expert Subjects [an FWA Platinum Sponsor], Cheyenne Knopf of OnLineBinding.com [an FWA Platinum Sponsor], Chris Coad Taylor of JoHazel Publishing, and Julie Ann Howell of Peppertree Press [an FWA Platinum Sponsor], with Chris Hamilton as moderator of the publishing panel share their expertise at the recent Tampa mini-conference.

From left to right: William Sudah of Expert Subjects [an FWA Platinum Sponsor], Cheyenne Knopf of OnLineBinding.com [an FWA Platinum Sponsor], Chris Coad Taylor of JoHazel Publishing, and Julie Ann Howell of Peppertree Press [an FWA Platinum Sponsor], with Chris Hamilton as moderator of the publishing panel share their expertise at the recent Tampa mini-conference.

Royce Wilson, a private investigator and former Forensic Services Bureau Commander with Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, shares technical and procedural information with crime writers at the Tampa mini-conference.

Royce Wilson, a private investigator and former Forensic Services Bureau Commander with Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, shares technical and procedural information with crime writers at the Tampa mini-conference.

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