June Lorraine Roberts is a Flash Fiction writer of Crime Fiction, whose stories have been featured by Mysterious Ink Press (UK), Punk Noir Magazine, Akashic Books and The Flash Fiction Press.
She is the creator of MurderInCommon.com, a website about crime fiction books and authors, that features debut and mid-list writers worldwide. Her website is a FeedSpot Top 100 Crime Fiction Blog.
A graduate of the London School of Journalism and a member of Sisters in Crime, she has served as a Derringer Judge and Bouchercon panelist, and has read her work at Noir at the Bar. As time permits, she beta reads for crime fiction authors.
Three Flash Fiction stories:
Winter Day – Punk Noir Magazine
The Hong Kong Deal – Akashic Books
Picking Blueberries – The Flash Fiction Press
For those of you not familiar with the term, Flash Fiction is very short stories generally from 750 to 1200 words, depending upon the publishers requirements.
Some random bits:
I began reading crime fiction at an early age by sneaking from the kids side of the library to where the real books were kept.
I’m a self-proclaimed writer & dilettante word crafter. My hobbies include: staring at keyboards, looking out windows, gazing at empty pages, and crying over a well balanced pinot noir.
I was never a trophy wife but got to play the part for 3-years in Asia.