Fun Flash Fiction (Sorta Based on True Story)

My flash fiction story “Invisible” was just published in Killer Nashville Magazine.

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We crime writers really should be more careful what we talk about and who can overhear us.

The idea for this story was born out of a coffee shop date with two writer friends and me. A few fictional flourishes were added just for fun.

Hope the story makes you smile.

Here’s the link to Killer Nashville Magazine.ย 

 

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9 Responses to Fun Flash Fiction (Sorta Based on True Story)

  1. Sue Ann Connaughton says:

    Debbie, fun story. I think the invisibility factor does increase once you reach a certain maturity. My motto is to take advantage of the situation–just think of all you can get away with when you’re invisible.

  2. Janet Fisher says:

    Fun story! Got a chuckle out of me.

  3. Debbie Burke says:

    Thanks, Kay. My writing friends and I can get in all sorts of trouble.

  4. Betty Kuffel says:

    Deb,
    Great job. For some reason, the story sounds familiar. Murder discussions should be done in a bar.
    BTW, I loved your purple hair.
    Betty

  5. Kay DiBianca says:

    Great story! I loved it, and congrats on having it published in KN Magazine!

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