Who, What, When, Where, And How?

Welcome to a new addition of Throw Back Thursday featuring another story written by me as a young’n. This one was written several years after “Belle’s Adventures” and “Belle’s Trip to Heaven”.

Before I ever dreamed of the 9th Victim and before I even understood that crime fiction was a real genre there was “Who, What, When, Where, and How?”. “Who, What, When, Where, and How?” was a complete re-writing of my first attempt at writing a mystery novel. It was based on a skit my sister co-wrote and starred in while she was in high school. The original version, written a year or two before this one, was scrapped by me since it was unbearably awful. A later version of the story was adapted into one of my first screenplays and was acted out by my friends and filmed by me (titled: “Happily Ever After”).

Perhaps I will one day share some of the other forms of “Who, What, When, Where, and How?”, perhaps not. For now, dear reader, you will just have to be content with this one.

Disclaimer: The front cover art as well as the drawings in the book are not my original work. They are images I found in an anime internet search when I was younger and were then traced and coloured in by me. I have no idea who the original artist is, and no idea where to even find the images again so I can give proper credit. This disclaimer is intended to absolve me of any copywrite infringement … though I do know that’s not quite how this works. If I ever manage to find the images again I will be sure to credit the artist.

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