Sunday, 2 January 2011

Do Some Damage 'Christmas Noir Challenge' featuring my new short... SNAKES 'N' LADDERS...

Over at cool crime fiction site, DO SOME DAMAGE, there are some 'Christmas Crackers' (sorry) in their Christmas Noir Challenge.

Never one to shirk a challenge, I came up with SNAKE 'N' LADDERS, and I'm honoured to be included. If you fancy a nosey, here's the link.

Ps. All feedback welcome, unless it's negative! :)

6 comments:

Sean Patrick Reardon said...

No negativity from me, only positive vibes for that story. The story and the way you delivered it were very entertaining. After reading so many US based stories, it was good to read some good 'ol UK crime writing. Well done.

Alan Griffiths said...

Terrific stuff, Col and good to see you over at DSD and part of a super challenge.

Best, Alan.

Col Bury said...

Sean 'n' Al,
As always, your kind words resonate. It's always a tad nervy when you send one of your babies out into the big wide world. :)
Regards,
Col

ABSOLUTELY*KATE said...

Your baby 'rung' in the NewYear @DSD pretty darn swell Col. Liked "listening" to you as I played out your word-think.

~ Absolutely*Kate

David Barber said...

Hey Col, Vincent Mitchell stabs someone to death while Barney kills someone in a front garden....only a few hunderd yards away from each other! LOL!!

Nice write, bud. Great dialogue and a pub I used to enjoy frequenting!! They always had the footy on on Saturday afternoons. "Mermories......"

Col Bury said...

Kate,
Thanks for popping 'round'. All puns are welcome 'ere, unless they become a 'pane'. :)

Dave,
Cheers, mate. And spooky it was. We'll put Eccles on the map one day, mate!