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“I now have concrete tools. I’ve fleshed out an outline, have a to-do list, and have confidence. It was extremely practical.” See All
“I now have concrete tools. I’ve fleshed out an outline, have a to-do list, and have confidence. It was extremely practical.”
“The best thing about the class? Having someone who has done it, teach it.”
“Rebecca was unusually available after hours, always willing to read our work and answer questions. Her background in investigative journalism and as a local author was interesting. The class was a bargain in so many ways.”
Reviews called If I Can’t Have You – Susan Powell, Her Mysterious Disappearance, and the Murder of Her Children, “Compelling,” “Haunting” “A powerful narrative of one family’s tragedy” and “…absorbing and deeply researched.”
Ted and Ann – The Mystery of a Missing Child and Her Neighbor Ted Bundy was called “An astonishing achievement” and “A book as chilling as it is compelling and impossible to put down.”
Rebecca Morris teaches Researching and Writing True Crime, Journalism, and Narrative Journalism at Hugo House. She is a veteran journalist (and college writing teacher) and worked in broadcast and print media in New York City, Seattle, WA, and Portland, Ore. She began writing true crime in 2010. She is the two-time New York Times bestselling author of If I Can’t Have You – Susan Powell, Her Mysterious Disappearance, and the Murder of Her Children; A Killing in Amish Country – Sex, Betrayal and a Cold Blooded Murder; Ted and Ann – The Mystery of a Missing Child and Her Neighbor Ted Bundy; and other books. Her new book, Love You Forever – The Search for Kyron Horman, will be published in late 2019. She appears as a crime expert on network and cable television. She has a BA in Journalism from Seattle University, and an MFA in Playwriting from Brown University. Her free-lance writing has appeared in People, Entertainment Weekly, New York Post, Newsday, Seattle Times, The Oregonian, and many other publications. Coming soon, Rebecca will co-host a new podcast on true crime.