Today, we feature a sneak peek of author J.C. Martin’s new crime thriller, Oracle.
As the countdown begins, the body count rises. With London gearing up to host the Olympics, the last thing the city needs is a serial killer stalking the streets, leaving behind a trail of brutal and bizarre murders.
Detective Inspector Kurt Lancer is a struggling single parent thrust into the pressure cooker of this high profile case, and as the list of potential victims grows, it becomes apparent that Lancer’s daughter could be one of them.
Fingers point in every direction, and Lancer’s only clue comes in the form of a single oak leaf left at each crime scene.
I often think of my writing journey as an expedition through the mountains – and not just the local kind either; the ones you can drive up and take a seat on a bench to admire the sunset over the city, no; I’m talking Rockies here. Precipitous terrain. And what better than animal guides to lead the way?
And when I started out that venture, an intensely passionate young wolf, treading ahead without observing the lay of the land, I met with a sheer cliff-face, scoffing, demanding I turn around, tail between my legs. Continue reading “Writing is a Journey by S P Mount”
Only once before has the flash fiction challenge voting ended in a tie. It happened again yesterday just as we closed the poll. Congratulations to our winners E.J. Fechenda and S P Mount, who each received 34% of the vote for their respective entries in this week’s Flash Fiction Challenge.
Farscape, for those of you who don’t know (which could be almost all of you) was a Sci Fi show that ran in the US on the channel that used to have that name, from 1999-2003 (four seasons). It was a dual US/UK production, shot in Australia where most of the cast and crew were from, and as such I always thought it had a uniquely “blended” feel that made it stand out from other shows that might be all US, UK, or Australian creations. Continue reading “Farscape, and Cutting to the Bone”