Monday, May 21, 2018

Short Story Month: John M. Floyd

StoryADay.org proclaimed May International Short Story Month back in 2013. As the short story, in the mystery genre, is the reason why the Short Mystery Fiction Society exists, we join in the celebration each year. 


The SMFS spin on festivities is to highlight one or more members' online stories per day. Today, John M. Floyd shares “Saving Grace” archived at The Saturday Evening Post as well as Merril's Run archived at Mystery Weekly Magazine.


If you would like to be included, email the link to your story to KevinRTipple at Verizon dot net

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Little Big Crimes Review: 10,432 Serial Killers (in Hell), by Emily Devenport ..

Little Big Crimes: 10,432 Serial Killers (in Hell), by Emily Devenpor...: "10,432 Serial Killers (in Hell)," by Emily Devenport, in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, May/June 2018. Let me star...

SMFS Members Published in Mysterical-E: Spring 2018 Issue

Mysterical-E Spring 2018 issue has just been released and features the work of two SMFS members.

Paul D. Mark’s short story, “The Practical Girl’s Guide To Murder.”

Gerald So once again considers apects of the world of television with “All Too Real---A Winter Column in Spring.”

Short Story Month: Kristin Kisska

StoryADay.org proclaimed May International Short Story Month back in 2013. As the short story, in the mystery genre, is the reason why the Short Mystery Fiction Society exists, we join in the celebration each year. 


The SMFS spin on festivities is to highlight one or more members' online stories per day. Today, Kristin Kisska shares “To The Moon And Back” archived at her site. The story originally appeared in the anthology, Day Of The Dark: Stories Of The Eclipse edited by Kaye George.


If you would like to be included, email the link to your story to KevinRTipple at Verizon dot net.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

SleuthSayers: Hints and Shortcuts by John M. Floyd

SleuthSayers: Hints and Shortcuts: by John M. Floyd This post is a followup to a column I did two weeks ago called " Manuscript Mechanics ." (By the way, Leig...

Short Story Month: Maryann Miller

StoryADay.org proclaimed May International Short Story Month back in 2013. As the short story, in the mystery genre, is the reason why the Short Mystery Fiction Society exists, we join in the celebration each year. 


The SMFS spin on festivities is to highlight one or more members' online stories per day. Today, Maryann Miller shares “To Love Again” archived at Story Shack.


If you would like to be included, email the link to your story to KevinRTipple at Verizon dot net.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Short Story Month: Leslie Wheeler

StoryADay.org proclaimed May International Short Story Month back in 2013. As the short story, in the mystery genre, is the reason why the Short Mystery Fiction Society exists, we join in the celebration each year. 


The SMFS spin on festivities is to highlight one or more members' online stories per day. Today, Leslie Wheeler shares “Chasing The Moon” archived at her site. The story originally appeared in the anthology, Day Of The Dark: Stories of The Eclipse, edited by Kaye George.


If you would like to be included, email the link to your story to KevinRTipple at Verizon dot net.