Category Archives: flash fiction

Dead in a Flash

[I considered participating in a flash fiction contest this week, but my muse played a trick on me. Still, those of you who can guess the identity of Arty Mugworth and the other characters may enjoy my silly story.] Killing … Continue reading

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Christmas in Knavesborough # 2

Read part I II Old Helleboria was hardly lukewarm in her coffin before the next death rattled the village. – A hit-and-run driver. Right here in Knavesborough. Mother and daughter. Within the same week. Gruuuuesome! – I know it is … Continue reading

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Christmas in Knavesborough # 1

[Published as “The Deadly Sin of Avarice” in the collection “Christmas in Knavesborough“] I When the rumour of old Helleboria Everthorpe´s demise ran from mouth to mouth in Knavesborough, the knitting club didn´t hesitate for a second. Evy ran into … Continue reading

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>Save the Words

>Scatterbrained as I am today I keep telling myself that now I´ll begin that blog round, but I run into one distraction after the other (such as five-star reviews on Amazon). I just visited Rob Kitchin´s blog and was reminded … Continue reading

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>Blandede bolsjer

> [a collection of flash fiction in Danish just published via German-based XinXii – I know you can´t read them, but if you click on the link you will enhance my visibility on the market – thank you friends for … Continue reading

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>Two-Sentence Tuesday

>[The meme is hosted by Women of Mystery] This week I have been relatively good. I have edited some chapters of “The Cosy Knave”, polished a query, added a couple of hundred words to “The Halloween Murderer” and written a … Continue reading

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>A Summer Fling

> [A suitable story for the international women´s day – or?] Monday Mildred Kickinbottom put on a new polyester blouse in a delicate lavender shade, but Arnold didn´t notice. He was focusing on identifying those deadly bones of his herring … Continue reading

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