Frank eagerly accepted, wanting to share her understanding with fellow writers.
Massapequa Park, N.Y. (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Frank's expertise in forensic techniques, based on her experience teaching the subject, has helped her to create credible and intriguing plots in her books, Annie Tillery Mysteries. Having joined Sisters in Crime or SinC, she has been asked to explain techniques like DNA fingerprinting, which can be daunting to someone lacking a science background.
After giving a lecture about DNA fingerprinting, she was approached to write for Guppies, the organization's newsletter. Frank eagerly accepted, wanting to share her understanding with fellow writers.
The first article will appear in the March 1 edition and will be an introduction to DNA fingerprinting. Subsequent articles will deal with specific aspects of the technique, case studies and applications.
About Linda Maria Frank: After a lifelong career teaching science at both the high school and university levels, Frank embarked on a career as an author converting case studies from her forensic science courses into credible mysteries for girls of all ages. She resides on Long Island, New York. The first two books of the Annie Tillery Mysteries are "The Madonna Ghost" and "Girl with Pencil, Drawing". Frank continues to reach out to educators proving lesson plans bases on her books on her website. She does fundraising events using her adventures in authorship as a draw. Frank also is the producer of "The Writer's Dream", a local access TV show, featuring interviews with authors