“A Murmuring of Bees” makes a Publishing First for me!

Yes, that's right, I can now officially put Published in front of Authoress in my bio (well I could if I had room) because my Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson short story Tales from the Riverbank has been published in the anthology A Murmuring of Bees, the latest offering from Improbable Press.  Look at how lovely it … Continue reading “A Murmuring of Bees” makes a Publishing First for me!

WWI: Fifty two months, fifty two posts – 5 – Stille Nacht

Much has already been said, both on screen and in print, about the Christmas Truce of 1914, so I will not add to the discussion here. Instead I offer a piece of flash fiction that is not about the truce itself, but giving a glimpse of the thoughts of one of the soldiers who experienced … Continue reading WWI: Fifty two months, fifty two posts – 5 – Stille Nacht

WWI: Fifty two months, fifty two posts – 1 – The Lamps Go Out

Posted on the centenary of Britain entering the first world war, this short Sherlock AU takes place in the trenches of the Western Front and takes its title from Sir Edward Grey's oft quoted words, spoke the night before we declared war. The Lamps Go Out There should be pain, he’s sure. He can see … Continue reading WWI: Fifty two months, fifty two posts – 1 – The Lamps Go Out