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Friday, 30 April 2010

100th Published Short Story


The COSTA TV TIMES weekly magazine out here in Spain has published my hundredth short story. Entitled ‘The Museum of Iniquity’, it’s a fun murder mystery, which also happens to use 36 titles from the plays, short stories and books of Jeffery Archer!

There’s also a plug for the anthology A Fistful of Legends.

8 comments:

Barbara Martin said...

Congratulations.

I must get writing to catch up.

嘉偉 said...

I do like ur article~!!!..................................................

Nik said...

Thanks, Barbara. Mind you, that has taken me 40 years (most of that period was when I wrote intermittently rather than regularly).

Frank Loose said...

Congrates. With that many to chose from, might a collection be on the horizon?

Nik said...

Yes, Frank, a US publisher has offered me a contract for 21 stories about Leon Cazador, a Spanish PI; I'm now busy Americanizing the spelling etc. Other collections are being touted too.

Frank Loose said...

That's great. Please let us know when it hits the market.

John said...

Sir Jeffrey Archer is my favourite author of all times, and now that I know of place where I can get his book cheapest, there is all the more reason why I should make http://www.uread.com/book/and-thereby-hangs-tale-jeffrey/9780330513685 my home

Nik said...

Thanks for that, John. He's a good storyteller and his vast sales shout out that fact.