K9 Christmas Mystery

K9 Christmas

Former K9 Captain Dolph Kringle hooked a paw at his pack and padded through the snow to an unlit house in Dogwood Lane. No way would he singe his sleek black coat sliding down a chimney in the wintertime. Who in their right mind does that? “Santa Paws,” whispered Donnie,…

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British Noir by Paul D. Brazill

Noir genre

It seems everyone defines “noir” differently just as flash fiction is described many ways. However, I think we all can agree that, for the most part, noir is grungy, raw, with no happily-ever-after ending. Like the crime genre, noir has its subgenres, as well. So I asked friend and fellow author Paul…

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What's In The Trunk?! A group story with Prose & Cons

The Prose & Cons blog address says it best: a unique and portable magic. Books. They can make us stay up late at night, miss our train stop, forget our problems, or teach us something, as in Mia Thompson’s post Six Things to do when Attacked or Abducted. That magical…

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Every writer's dream… A Stranger Reads My Book by Arthur Kerns

The day before yesterday, Author Arthur Kerns posted a story on Prose & Cons entitled A STRANGER READS MY BOOK. It was such a great story I had to share it with you.  Hopefully you have already read this story because you’re following Prose & Cons at: www.auniqueandportablemagic.blogspot.com, but if…

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