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Fiction

A Christmas Killing | A CGSP Story

A killer loose at a Christmas gathering. Who did it, and what twist will turn your stomach at the end?  He walked through the small living room and eyed all of his suspects. Someone in that room was a killer. The Christmas celebration had been brought to an abrupt halt, and he’d been called in… Continue reading A Christmas Killing | A CGSP Story

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writing

Lessons from Serial Blogging

When I started the Christy Grace Scarlet Pen website/blog, I didn’t realise that ‘Serial Blogging’ was a thing. Then, I started one, and I STILL didn’t realise that's what it was called. The Hannah Carmichael Chronicles was my first attempt at serial blogging. It was a weekly series about a super spy called Hannah Carmichael.… Continue reading Lessons from Serial Blogging

Fiction

The Murder App (Ch 3)

"Detective Strong, nice to meet you." The detective from cyber crimes shook Ella's hand with a sweaty pump. She smiled through the grimace and subtly wiped her hand down her pants when he'd turned to her partner Steve. "You too, Detective Smith," she replied as they sat across the conference room table. Now that the… Continue reading The Murder App (Ch 3)

life

No Prospects, No Money and No Idea

I left with no prospects, no money and no idea of what to do next. Okay, so that may sound a little 'Jane Austin-ish' but I can assure you, that's how it was when I left my full time job. I decided to leave without any guarantee of work anywhere else, and no clue of… Continue reading No Prospects, No Money and No Idea

writing

My first TV Interview With 1700

My first author interview... sort of. It was great!! Normally 1700 is shot live in studio here in Melbourne, Australia. With all the Covid restrictions, they're doing things iso style - at home! I got an amazing chance to chat with these beautiful people about the CGSP song competition, which was amazing! I was SUPER… Continue reading My first TV Interview With 1700