William Tyrrell: Australian Toddler Missing Since 2014

On June 26, 2016, William Tyrrell turned five years old. His family endured another birthday without this sweet boy. I’m writing this to help bring more awareness to this case. Being in the U.S., there’s not much I can do to help, but I can do this.

About the Case

William Tyrrell
William Tyrrell. Picture taken moments before his abduction

Around 10:30 a.m. September 12, 2014, three-year-old Australian boy William Tyrrell, vanished without a trace from his grandparents home in Kendall, New South Wales. read more

Rahma El-Dennaoui: Taken in the Night

Rahma El-Dennaoui19-month-old Rahma El-Dennaoui vanished from her home in Lurnea, New South Wales sometime between 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. on November 10, 2005. Her father, Hosayn, put her to bed around 2:00 a.m. after the child was having trouble sleeping due to the heat. Rahma was sleeping in a bedroom she shared with her four sisters.

When the family awoke at 8:00 a.m. they realized Rahma was gone. The police were called after the family failed to find the child on their own. read more

More Posts, Book Review Section Update, etc

Blog UpdateHello!

Here’s another blog update for ya! I’ve spent the last few days working on two posts that will be published Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Because I also work, I have come up with a writing/publishing schedule that fits my offline schedule. I want to be able to put more posts out there each week instead of a couple every month or so. read more

True Crime Diva Update

As you may know, I am currently on hiatus from this blog to focus on other things. You may also know that from time to time, I MUST take a break from writing because of the subject matter. And you also may know that I struggle with keeping this blog from time to time as well. I’m so over that.

This break has helped me reflect on my life – online and offline – as well as the future of this blog. Stepping away has done wonders for me! As tempted as I was to let go of truecrimediva.com, I just can’t. I’ve had this blog for 6 years! But in those 6 years, I have endured a lot in my personal life. The worst being when I became a parent of a missing child. I’ve never really talked about it on here because it was the WORST time of my life to date. Thankfully, my child returned home, but the whole experience caused me grief, confusion, anger, and a hell of a lot more.  I went from writing about missing children to being the parent of one. I saw things from that point of view, and let me tell you, it changes you. I found it very hard to put any effort into this blog because of the subject matter and what I went through with my own child. I lost all interest in this blog. read more