The Serendipity Mystery is a children's detective story based on a kitten detective agency. The kittens live with their human mum. In this edition, the kittens have travelled on holiday Sri Lanka. Whilst on holiday a sword is stolen from a local museum. The kitten detectives along with their friend Terrance the dog try to … Continue reading Serendipity Mystery: Diary of a Snoopy Cat by R.F. Kristi
Robert monitored the thermometer. This time he was determined to take the mixture off at the right temperature. Dan, his laboratory partner and twin, stood beside him measuring out the next part of the substance. Six months ago the pair had hit upon a revolutionary mixture. This formula was going to change their industry completely. … Continue reading Heated Success – Flash Fiction
In a society, with a short attention span, it is essential to get it right from the start. How do you draw people in to read what you have written? It is simple, you write a killer first line. When writing an article I spend as much time on the first line as I do … Continue reading 5 Tips for Attracting More Readers With a Killer First Sentence.
Tom Cruise put me off Jack Reacher. I’m not a fan in case you didn’t realise. I remember Lee Child fans not being happy with Tom Cruise being selected. I can see why now Tom Cruise is not 6’4”. In the Killing Floor Jack Reacher has just left the army and is travelling around America. … Continue reading Killing Floor (Jack Reacher #1) – Lee Child
As the alarm went off, Eve reached out and hit the snooze button. Ten more minutes she thought to herself. Ten more minutes before the normal, boring routine of her life started. Eve knew how today would go. It would be exactly the same as the five previous years she had lived through. Get up, … Continue reading Ringing for Change – A Short Story