When a killer does come to small town America, the body is just as cold and the blood runs just as red.
The professional blog of author Neal Griffin. Featuring articles about writing, policing, and more.
I’ll bet you can guess the first one…
Longtime Escondido cop pens second novel
In his book, Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson, gives each one of us a great deal to think about on the subject of crime and punishment in America.
Benefit of the Doubt is a 2015 Buzz Book
Read Neal Griffin’s recent Op-Ed posted on CNN.com
After my novel, Benefit of the Doubt, was selected for an “Editor’s Choice Award” I had the honor of being profiled by the SDSU Writer’s Conference. It gave me a chance to talk about the journey of a debut author.
I recently attended Bouchercon 2014 in Long Beach, CA and sat in on a panel of writers discussing the idea of writing crime novels with social context. Seemed like heady stuff, so no surprise a school teacher showed up to hold class.
As I meet more and more folks who write for a living, I often hear them respond to the question, “When did you know you wanted to be a writer?” The answer, is typically something pretty close to, “Oh…. I always wanted to be a writer; there was never a doubt.”