Penning a nonfiction novel is quite an endeavor for any writer, especially when it comes to true crime because the stakes are so very high, humanly and legally.
Writer Ann Rule has often been credited with having invented the true crime genre and even if it is not the case, she has surely contributed to boosting its popularity and made a fortune doing it.
A documentary titled Highway of Tears premiered on March 6th, 2014 at the Human Right Watch Film Festival in Toronto, Canada. The film director, Matt Smiley, announced that additional screening dates will be posted on their official Facebook page ‘Highway of Tears.’
After writing an article titled The Infamous Trial of Candy Crush, I thought that I had put this subject to rest until after the sentencing retrial. But lately, the media waves of the deep ocean that is the Jodi Arias saga have been violently crashing on the Shore of Crazy Island and quite a storm is brewing.
Inmates are constantly released back into society and their reintegration can be very difficult because of social fear, prejudice and lack of opportunities. Sometimes, the only strike in their favor is not to be associated with a high profile case.