Molly Talbot McKinney Author- MYSTERY-ANTHOLOGY.WEBNODE.COM JUNE 2015
Click on this link: Mystery-Anthology.webnode.com and read the contributions of fellow Tucson mystery authors. If you wrote a story for a contest (or not) this website is for YOU to share your talent. “Real writers dare to share.”—Mrs. Mildew
• NEW SHORT MYSTERY #28: WINTERKILL by Earl (Mac) McGill. Renzie fell into his own imprint, arms and legs flailing, creating the snow angel his weeping sister would say at his funeral had escorted him to his heavenly home. Mac won the Derringer Award for flash fiction in 2000, and has extensive publishing credits for books and magazine articles. His latest highly acclaimed memoir, Jet Age Man, and other books are on Amazon (see AUTHOR page for link). “Winterkill” appears in Border Crossings, a Collection of short fiction featuring Franklin Beamer, PI.
• MONTHLY LOTTERY: Kathy McIntosh (#148) was the winner if the May prize. Congratulations! Kathy has also generously offered her novel as a lottery prize for one lucky winner.
To find your JUNE Lucky Number, click on the REWARDS tab. First to respond wins either a $6 COUPON toward a regular meeting of ARIZONA MYSTERY WRITERS or the SOCIETY of SOUTHWESTERN AUTHORS – or – a FREE BOOK by a Tucson author. Claim your prize by the last day of the CURRENT MONTH.
• HOW TO PUBLISH IN THE MYSTERY ANTHOLOGY: Free venue to share your mystery creativity with friends and potential customers. For details, emailMysteryAnthology@gmail.com
• FLASH FICTION: Up to 1,500 words • SHORT MYSTERY #29: Up to 7,500 words • NOVELETTE: Up to 17,500 words. • NOVEL: NO LIMIT – may be published as a SERIAL.
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