Friday, May 26, 2017

Catherine Dilts Reviews: The Tattooed Corpse by Jude Roy

Catherine Dilts Reviews: The Tattooed Corpse by Jude Roy



Short Story Month: Mary Reed and Eric Mayer

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, co-authors Mary Reed and Eric Mayer share “Waiting: A Halloween Short Story” archived at Kings River Life Magazine.

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

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Short Story Month: Karen Pullen

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, Karen Pullen shares “Lady Tremaine’s Rebuttal” as well as “Brown Jersey Cow” and “Snow Day” all archived at Every Day Fiction.

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

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Short Story Month: Jacqueline Seewald

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, Jacqueline Seewald shares “Genesis” archived at Over My Dead Body! 

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

Short Story Month: B. K. Stevens

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, B.K. Stevens shares “A Joy Forever” archived at her site.

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

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Short Story Month: Martha Reed

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, Martha Reed shares “The Haunting Of Dalton Primble” archived at Spinetingler Magazine

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

Monday, May 22, 2017

Short Story Month: KM Rockwood

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, KM Rockwood shares “Liquor Store Holdup” archived on at KMRockwood.Com after appearing in Jack Hardway's Crime Magazine - Vol. 2, No. 2, March-April 2015

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