Category: Mystery Weekly Magazine
Daisy Belle Kicks Open the Cozy Mystery in “Happy to Help”
In her latest ill-advised adventure, Daisy Belle is hell bent on helping her friend Ray, whether he likes it or not. This story has a murderer, a stalker, exotic pastries and a car chase. Nothing Daisy can’t handle, and besides, she is always happy to help friend.
Short Story Reading: Excerpt from “Nothing Doing”
Watch me read an excerpt from my short story “Nothing Doing” which was published in the June 2020 issue of Mystery Weekly Magazine. Hard to believe it’s already been a year since this story came out. This is a great issue of the magazine with a lot of different types of mystery stories.
A Reading of “Bystander Boondoggle” Excerpt
Watch Carl Robinette read his short story “Bystander Boondoggle” which was recently published in Mystery Weekly Magazine’s November 2020 issue. This story has all the classic suspense tropes, except the protagonist has no interest in solving anything. He’s just a bystander waiting for things to get better.
Paranoia, Conspiracy, Thanksgiving – New Fiction in Mystery Weekly Magazine
The bystander is an often overlooked archetype in crime fiction. The exact opposite is true in Carl Robinette’s short story, “Bystander Boondoggle,” which was recently published in Mystery Weekly Magazine. Read and Excerpt from “Bystander Boondoggle”
Brass Knuckle Fiction in Mystery Weekly Magazine – “Nothing Doing”
Daisy Belle is armed with nothing but brass knuckles and a misled sense of justice as she gets to the bottom of nothing. Hold on to your drink and watch Daisy bust open the criminal underbelly of her Southern California beach town as she leaves a trail of empty bottles in her wake.