ParaDice Point: A Continuing Mystery [Free Short Fiction]

As part of the 13 Week Streak, I accidentally started a new serial story. It follows a private investigator as she searches a small town called ParaDice Point for clues in the disappearance of a couple of teenagers.

Here are the next two installments.

13 week streak

13 Week Streak

The prompts come from Thain In Vain and Drafty Devil each week. Streakers have 500 words or less to come up with a great tale, and everyone votes at the end to see who has come up with the best story.

Fun, right?

This serial was born from several of the prompts, and will continue until its sticky end.


Farrah Basking, P.I.: ParaDice Point

Part 1: Fast Car

Farrah is a private eye called in to investigate the case of two missing teenagers, and she worries there may be more to their disappearance than meets the eye.

Part 2: Carnies

When she finds out a traveling carnival showed up the day the teens went missing, she has to turn over that stone before she can follow up with her suspicions.

Part 3: Sight to See

Farrah gets a tip from an unlikely source on where the kids might be.

That’s all for now, but this will be a continuing story in the coming weeks. I’ll try to compile a page with all the links soon so that anyone who didn’t start from the beginning can catch up.

What do you think? Has the story snared your curiosity yet?

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