Chapter Ten of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Chapter Ten of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

The end of act one has arrived. And, I’m excited to share this next chapter of my cozy mystery short story with you. Partly because I’m excited about writing this story and the series, and the story changes after this point. But, more on that later. One of the exciting things about writing within the murder mystery and cozy mystery genres is the research. Although, I suspect I might be on some time of watch list, thanks to my internet search history after the various research sessions I conducted.  You’ll see what I mean when you get to the end of the chapter. Don’t worry, this story is still gore-free. 

Chapter Ten of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Chapter Eight of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

I’m tearing myself away from writing my cozy mystery short story, Entitled to Murder to share chapter eight, straight off the presses. Well technically, there are no presses. But, you get it, I’ve just finished revising and editing the chapter, and I’m a little over-excited. In other news, I made a minor addition to the ebook’s cover art because I’ve decided to make Tiberius, the grey English Shorthair cat a regular character in the series.

Chapter Six of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Chapter Six of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Here it is the sixth chapter of my cozy mystery short story titled, Entitled to Murder. Yes, I’m still calling it a short story, even though I suspect the story will be the length of a novella. At the moment, I’ve reached the twenty percent mark of the story, and I’m about to start writing chapters seven, eight, and nine. I am hoping to keep sharing chapters every day on this blog. Hopefully, I won’t hit a writing snag that requires substantial research. Fingers crossed. Every few days, I will release a chapter from Entitled to Murder on this blog throughout the next few weeks. Keep your eyes peeled for the next chapter.

Chapter Six of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Chapter Three of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

I’m excited to share with you the third chapter of my very first cozy mystery short story titled, Entitled to Murder. Every Friday, over the next few weeks, I will release a chapter from the short story over on this blog. Every few days, I will release a chapter from the short story over on this blog throughout the next couple of weeks. If you want to receive notifications via email, sign up for updates by filling out your first name and email address in the opt-in form at the end of this post. By opting-in, you’ll receive an email from me, letting you know the latest chapter is available, plus a copy of the ebook when the story is finished.

Chapter Six of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Chapter Two of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

I’m excited to share with you the second chapter of my very first cozy mystery short story titled, Entitled to Murder. Every Friday, over the next few weeks, I will release a chapter from the short story over on this blog. If you want to receive notifications via email, then sign up for updates by fill out your first name and email address in the opt-in form at the end of this post. By opting-in, you’ll receive an email from me, letting you know the latest chapter is available, plus a copy of the ebook when the story is finished.

Chapter Six of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

Chapter One of Entitled to Murder: A Cozy Mystery Short Story

I’m excited to share with you the first chapter of my very first cozy mystery short story titled, Entitled to Murder. Every Friday, over the next few weeks, I will release a chapter from the short story over on this blog, and on Wattpad. The story is set on a sheep farm in Derbyshire, England, on October 31st, 1989. Yes, it’s set in the ’80s and early ’90s. Say goodbye to mobile phones, ADSL, and the world wide web. But, it’s not all that bad, in 1989 we had Lotus Notes, Nintendo Game and Watch, and good old landlines. I have to admit the lack of mobile phones with cameras and high-speed internet connections adds a bit of drama and conflict to the world of amateur sleuthing.

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