Give Me All the Money

True-crime research, novel writing research, and updates.

***BANK ROBBERY CASE SUMMARY – READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED***

BLOG POST #266: Give Me All the Money

Did you ever live with a roommate after leaving your parent’s home? I did, briefly. How would you respond if your roommate asked you to help them rob a bank? Read More

Disloyal and Disgraced

True-crime research, novel writing research, and updates.

***READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED***

I rarely read or write political or spy themed mystery/thrillers, but this true-crime was so much more it intrigued me. Let’s see what you think.

BLOG POST #263: Disloyal and Disgraced

She had a high-level security job within the U.S. Intelligence Community. She had a young daughter, but was the non-custodial parent. Her actions to gain custody of her daughter by any means possible violated her allegiance to her country and the court’s decision to grant custody to the father.  Read More

Bullying 101

True-crime research, novel writing research, and updates.

***READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED***

ROBIN LYONS, AUTHOR, WEBSITEAs National Bullying Awareness Month 2020 comes to a close, I thought I’d share a little about bullying in general rather than a summary of a specific true-crime case. Perhaps if we understand the bully, we may be better equipped to council our children and grandchildren so they don’t become a bullying victim. Read More

The Sky is not the Limit

True-crime research, novel writing research, and updates.

***BULLYING CASE UPDATE – READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED***

BLOG POST #253: This week, I’m sharing research on a true-crime case involving middle school students.

I first shared this case in October 2018 – you can read it here: The Bullied Student Who Persevered. I looked into a possible follow up post on the victim and found an amazing survival journey that warranted an update. Read More

Restroom Bully

True-crime research, novel writing research, and updates.

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Robin Lyons, Author, websiteBLOG POST #252: Research on a true-crime involving a bullied 8-year-old boy.

After an 8-year-old boy took his own life, the incident warranted an investigation. The authorities felt there had to be more to it—an 8-year-old doesn’t commit suicide. Read More