My quarterly story a day adventure continued in November.
It's a great way to meet new authors, catch up with old ones and it makes a change from reading full length novels all the time.
1st - Neille Williams - A Mashed Potato Murder (Close To The Bone)
2nd - Sebnem E. Sanders - Hunter's Moon (Punk Noir Magazine)
3rd - Mark McConville - Herd of Angels (Punk Noir Magazine)
4th - Stephen J. Golds - The Hard Time (Shotgun Honey)
5th - Nik Korpon - Montevideo (Shotgun Honey)
6th - Daniel Eveloff - Prevenge (Close To The Bone)
7th - Nick Kolakowski - Contact Tracing (Shotgun Honey)
8th - Georgia MacShane - The Flooding of Alice Springs (Brain Drip)
9th - Nigel Bird - Stones In Me Pockets (Shotgun Honey)
10th - Angel Luis Colón - Trimmigrant Song (Shotgun Honey)
11th - JB Polk - Regenerator (Close To The Bone)
12th - Margot Kinberg - And the Music Played (Crime and Mystery Writer Margot Kinberg)
13th - Bruce Maddle - Winterkill (Close To The Bone)
14th - John Rector - Eddie Loves Animals (Tough)
15th - Ben Boulden - Reprobate (Gravetapping - blog of Ben Boulden)
16th - Brian Beatty - Serious Business (Mystery Tribune)
17th - Paul D. Brazill - Who Killed Skippy? (Paul D. Brazill)
18th - K A Laity - The Chimp (Punk Noir Magazine)
19th - Billy Kring - The Little Angel (Mystery People)
20th - Steve Ellis - He Knows (Close To The Bone)
21st - Charlotte Perkins Stetson - The Yellow Wallpaper (National Library of Medicine)
22nd - Josh Stallings - When the Hammer Comes Down (Mystery People)
23rd - Fred Andersen - Writers’ Chat Room: Chat Log April 13 (Close To The Bone)
24th - Paul D. Brazill - Stamp of a Vamp (Paul D. Brazill)
A Hard Man To Ignore But Well Worth The Effort.
25th - Robert Ragan - PO Box (Punk Noir Magazine)
26th - Fredric Brown - Don't Look Behind You (You-books.com)
27th - Christopher Witty - Bones (Northodox Press)
28th - David Tromblay - Short Timer (Shotgun Honey)
29th - Paul D. Brazill - The Luck of the Devil (Paul D. Brazill)
30th - Amy-Jean Muller - Your Hair Woman (Close To The Bone)
AUGUST, 2016 - 31 DAYS, 31 SHORTS!
AUGUST, 2017 - 31 DAYS, 31 SHORTS!
AUGUST, 2018 - 31 DAYS, 31 SHORTS!
AUGUST, 2019 - 31 DAYS, 31 SHORTS!
FEBRUARY, 2020 - 29 DAYS, 29 SHORTS!
AUGUST 2020 - 31 DAYS 31 SHORTS!
I couldn't agree more about the benefits of short stories, Col. They do give you insights into a writer's style. And you can dip in and other as time permits. You have some nice sources, too. I like Shotgun Honey and of course Punk Noir.ReplyDelete
Too many sources to keep up with Margot, I'm afraid!Delete
That is a great list, Col. I will check some of the stories and sites out.ReplyDelete
I hope you find some stories you enjoy, TracyDelete
Just read #1 and enjoyed it, though I'm a fan of mashed potato and won't allow this story to put me off.ReplyDelete
Nigel, my Irish heritage ensures nothing will ever put me off potatoes!Delete