77: Patrick O'Donnell is The Sarge at Cops and Writers
Game of Crimes
After twenty-five years on the job as a sergeant in the Milwaukee Police Department, Patrick 'The Sarge' O'Donnell has created a community for cops and writers. What started as a glorified PDF on how to buy cars, ended up as the next stage in life for O'Donnell. He's turned his passion for writing into a group that helps other aspiring crime writers. In the process, his new series called 'Brew City Blues' has officially hit the shelves. The first in the series - Field Training - is available HERE exclusively on Amazon. Visit Cops and Writers HERE. Join us at Patreon.com/gameofcrimes for great content you won’t hear anywhere else Donate at paypal.me/gameofcrimes or go to paypal.com and use our email: email@example.com Go to GameOfCrimesPodcast.com for more info and merch Follow us on... Twitter Facebook Instagram
079 British Police Sergeant Ralph Kern Interviews American Law Enforcement Officers Adam Richardson And Patrick O'Donnell
Cops and Writers Podcast
Today we have a very special episode for all of you. British Police Sergeant Ralph Kern Interviews American Law Enforcement Officers Adam Richardson And Patrick O'Donnell!As mentioned, on today’s show, we have two of the most esteemed guests this show has ever had. We’re going to chat with Patrick O’Donnell and B Adam Richardson, the founder of the Cops and Writers Facebook group, along with the books of the same name, and B Adam Richardson, creator of the Writer’s detective School and The Writers Detective Bureau Podcast and Facebook group.These are the go-to resources that anyone who wants to write a cop thriller should use. Even those of us who are cops trying our hand at writing should view them as an invaluable resource for articulating our real-world experiences to the page. For those who are a little confused about the role reversal here, when chatting during and after my own show, I realized how fascinating a career and life Patrick and Adam have had and how many questions I had for them. And I can’t be the only one in the group who feels like that. It would, pun slightly intended, be a crime not to get that out there for you Cops and Writers. First, can I just express the writing community’s thanks for the sheer amount of time and effort you gentlemen put in? The work you do is simply amazing.On today's show we discuss:Who are Patrick and Adam?Tell us about your upbringing. When did that first spark an interest in the Police? Why?What was the application and assessment process?What was the training school like?What was day one on the job like?What was the on-the-job training you received?First ‘sporty’ incident?How do your forces work in terms of structure/departments? Response, Detectives, Support, Forensics, etc?Your own career path?Most enjoyable period of your career?An experience that illustrates the real-life harshness of being a cop?Bringing it back telling us an amusing story from your career?What equipment are you equipped with?Ranks and responsibilities?How did you get into writing?What do you get out of it?About your books?About your characters?Realistic books / TV shows / Films which people can use as resources?Tropes that are unrepresentative or you simply dislike.You support writers both aspiring and veterans. What made you go down that line?Discussion on mental health within the Police. Thank you so much for everything you two do.Check out Ralph Kern's website!Visit Adam Richardson over at the Writers Detective Bureau website! Bite-Sized CrimeTrue crime on your lunch break! Get your fix each week with bite-sized episodes.Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotifyDo you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor? You’ve come to the right series! If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch, you’re going to love Brew City Blues! Book one of Brew City Blues, Field Training, is now pre-order and will be available for purchase on November 18, 2022 on AmazonSupport the show
Patrick O'Donnell: Farrow & Ball INTL Brand Ambassador, loves a good Toad in the hole and once lived in a castle.
In My Chair
Patrick O’Donnell has been a part of the Farrow & Ball team since 2012. As of 2018, he has held the role of International Brand Ambassador, fostering relationships between Farrow & Ball and the designers and decorators who use its products to bring clients’ homes to life. After completing A-Levels in English, Fine Art, History of Art and Classical History, Patrick went on to earn an ISVA Fine Art & Chattels qualification at Southampton, before beginning a career in specialist paint decoration, studying at the Leonard Pardon School in London. Having held roles across the creative industries, including those in film and television, floristry, and interior design, Patrick has since brought his considerable experience and impeccable eye for colour and form to Farrow & Ball, first as an expert Colour Consultant, and now as Brand Ambassador.
Cops and Writers and Divorce with Patrick O'Donnell
Creator Dad Podcast
Patrick O’Donnell is a writer, podcaster, and community organizer. Taking his experiences as a retired police officer, Patrick is the author of Cops and Writers, a series of books helping crime writers tell realistic stories. She also wrote the book, Divorced Dad: Kids are Forever, Wives are Not, under the pen name L.J. Burke. Join us for this enlightening conversation as we discuss writing better crime stories and thrillers, how Patrick has grown and maintained his Cops and Writers community, and Patrick’s experience going through a nasty divorce. I’m Zach Bohannon—I make my living telling stories, but I’m also a metal head, retired drummer, avid gamer, and most importantly, a loving husband and father. Join me each week as I sit down with a fellow dad and discuss balancing a creative life with family, careers, hobbies, and all the other things guys love. This…is the Creator Dad Podcast. Join the Creator Dad Community and Discord at https://patreon.com/creatordad Links Cops and Writers - https://www.copsandwriters.com Divorced Dad - https://amzn.to/3zGZ22e Creator Dad – https://creatordad.life Creator Dad on Patreon – https://patreon.com/creatordad Zach Bohannon – https://zachbohannon.com
050 The Year In Review Show With Patrick O'Donnell
Cops and Writers Podcast
Today’s show takes us to Waukesha Wisconsin, which is about 30 miles west of Milwaukee.Why, because that is where I live. Today’s show is going to be a special Year In Review Cops and Writers Podcast. We say goodbye to 2021 and hello to 2022. I will also give you, my dear listeners a peek into my private life.In today’s episode I will discuss:· Some basic information about myself.· Why I’m doing this show and the importance of looking back and moving forward.· How the Tim Ferriss Show Podcast #559 “Forget New Year’s Resolutions and Conduct a ‘Past Year Review’ instead episode pushed me into making some changes in my personal/professional life. · Why I started the Podcast in 2021 and didn’t publish any books that year. · Why I will scale down my consulting business, not give it up. · My experience at the 20books to 50k indie book conference this year.· Me dipping my toes in the fiction world again by writing a crime thriller this year. All of this and more on today’s episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.Enjoy the Cops and Writers book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Come join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupBite-Sized CrimeTrue crime on your lunch break! Get your fix each week with bite-sized episodes.Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotifyDo you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor? You’ve come to the right series! If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch, you’re going to love Brew City Blues! Book one of Brew City Blues, Field Training, is now pre-order and will be available for purchase on November 18, 2022 on AmazonSupport the show
Patrick O'Donnell Ep. 9 | "Discipline & Building Habits"
Impact with Don Wenner
Hey everyone, we have a great episode for you today. We are going to listen in on a conversation with Don Wenner and DLP Capital’s Chief Experience Officer, Patrick O'Donnell. Patrick is a devoted husband, father, best-selling author, speaker, fitness enthusiast, CrossFit Trainer & Founder of the Fit Life Challenge & Ignite Performance Today.His purpose is to inspire humanity to rise above challenges to live fit, fulfilled lives & his mission is to lead by example to inspire future leaders to optimize health, fitness & performance. He and his wife started a family foundation, The Light the Future Foundation, to help those in need rise above challenges to living fit, fulfilled lives.Three Things Listeners Will Take Away: How to avoid burnoutHow to stay disciplined and build healthy habits. And an overview of one of the best tools on the market to do all of this, the Elite Journal.Buy BUILDING AND ELITE ORGANIZATION - Don's bestselling book on scaling a high-profit businessFollow Don on social:https://www.facebook.com/DonWennerCEOhttps://www.instagram.com/don_wenner/https://www.youtube.com/c/donwenner
Patrick O'Donnell Best Selling Author and Historian EP 18 Sea 2
Miller's Military Moments
What an incredible opportunity it was to have Patrick on the show today. He is a historian, public speaker, and bestselling author of 12 books and scores of films and documentaries spanning the American Revolution to the Battle of Fallujah. He is a leading expert on America’s elite and special operations units. His latest book, The Indispensables: The Diverse Soldier-Mariners Who Shaped the Country, Formed the Navy, and Rowed Washington Across the Delawareis a must read for every American. This book details how special our revolutionary patriots were, where our ideas of freedom and liberty originated, and the real sacrifices they made to win. There is so much more to the revolutionary war than throwing tea overboard and Washington crossing the Delaware River and winning! So So much more. We were able to discuss many parts of his new book plus one of his others "We Were One" about the Marines who fought in Fallujah, Iraq. The common theme he agrees with is the "will" of the American warrior has always been different than everyone else's. Find all of the information about him and his books on his website athttps://patrickkodonnell.com/Interested in supporting me and this show? Subscribe to my Patreon to earn rewards while supporting me! My Patreon page allows you to subscribe at 1 of 5 different levels. They range from 1 dollar a month to 100 dollars a month. Each tier is named after an Army rank such as private Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, First Sergeant, and General! Each level provides you with rewards for your subscription https://www.patreon.com/millersmilitarymoments Wanna start your own podcast? Buzzsprout is the best Podcast Hosting site! I use Buzzsprout, love their services and their value. They make it really easy to start, learn and grow your show! Sign up with Buzzsprout today!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1539260Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/millersmilitarymoments)
With The American Experiment on the Precipice, It's Good To Know Our Shared Origin Story: A Conversation with Historian Patrick O'Donnell
As divided as we are today about the state of our current politics and the debate about facts, it seems that at least we should be able to agree about our shared history. And yet even that is debated today. When did America begin? Who gets credit, and how did it shape us? Patrick O’Donnell is one of our most distinguished military historians and he always trying to answer these questions. He is author of twelve books, including The Unknowns and Washington’s Immortals. and served as a combat historian in a Marine rifle platoon during the Battle of Fallujah and has dedicated himself to understanding the truth about our history, particularly our military history, and it’s importance in helping us better understand who we really are and where we come from. His latest is The Indispensables: The Diverse Soldier-Mariners Who Shaped the Country, Formed the Navy, and Rowed Washington Across the Delaware My conversation with Patrick O'Donnell: