You’ve shot a gun. You’ve stopped the bleeding. You’ve chased a bad guy in a car. You’ve learned about organized crime and disorganized crime. You know who starts fires and why. You know everything now. But how do you take all of this information and not overwhelm your writing? How can you take hours of instruction and use it for just a sentence? In this talk, we’ll go through how to synthesize everything you’ve learned here into your actual writing.