Cher, I dug out the story, El Dorado (originally called Tap the Brakes, Elvis!), and saw that it was about 4,000 words or 19 pages. Seems like you wanted something longer. Not sure it's in keeping with your genre, but if you'd like to look it over, I'll send it.
Cher, Crime City Central looks like an awesome project. What length of short stories do you prefer? I'm thinking about either writing a short story prequel to my book or if I don't have time, sending my first chapter (3250 words). I just finished all of my edits and have a wee bit of time before my book launch in November. Maybe I can put something together that you would like.
Cher, thanks so much for the kind invite. I do have some shorts I;ve been working on, but am under deadline with my publisher right now. May I send one in a month or two? Either way, I appreciate your kind offer, Lucie
I have to tell you, I am almost a ludite. I just stumbled across your message today, when I was surfing for something else, on another website. I have to admit, I've never used this site before, so bear with me.
To answer your question, I am always pleased when anyone reads and enjoys my writing.
All of the true crime stories I have written are on Ben's finger prints site. They are short, but you can use any stories you like. I think that one that would possibly be good for your site would be A Cop, His Dog and Some Gun thugs. Just let me know if you want to use any of them.
Also, if you would like to see some of my other writing, I have 13 stories, only two fiction crime stories the rest are a lot of different things, on short-fiction.co.uk
I have an e-book that I just released on smashwords called Camp Thunderbird and will have another e-book (short) coming out in September. That one will be free.
Thanks for the heads up and the offer. I have a few things that I working on, one of which is a novel so that would be no good. If I come up with anything that I think worty enough to share with the outside world then I will send it your way. Thanks again.
Thank you for the invitation, Cher. What I'm working on now is too long but if crime strikes--oops, I mean inspiration--I'll let you know. You're right about forensic psych in Alabama but I did a lot more in California and if you're looking for hoots they contribute their share. ;-)