A Murder of Crows

Rated 4.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Norman Crowsfoot is a writer struggling for new ideas. But when inspiration finally rears its head, he finds himself plummeting into a ghastly personal hell, with every word he writes following him into reality.
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Words: 5,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466033641
About Krista Joy

I began writing in my early teens as nothing more than escapism from a life beyond control. Luckily this method of coping proved fruitful and has since become one of my most passionate pass times.
I am a qualified illustrator, and spend my time between writing, drawing, sculpting and any other general making. I like to think of myself as a mixed media story teller, moving between words, drawings and photography. Often, a character design will lead to a story or vice versa.

To date I have self published three short stories, and continue to work on those in the queue to be finished, as well as pursuing that most glorious goal of having my children's book professionally published.

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Review by: kari cook on Dec. 03, 2012 :
This is a quick mystery short story. It was a good read but the ending was predictable. Enjoy
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Review by: Ecowitch on April 11, 2012 :
This is a pretty good little story that tells of Norman Crowfoot, a writer who is struggling to get past a bit of writer's block and takes a road trip to try and rekindle his creative ability. In doing so he unleashes something more and finds that his stories are no longer just words. Not a bad little story with a good ending but it does leave a lot unexplained, which on one hand is part of the story's appeal but on the other it does niggle a little, still enjoyable though.
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Review by: Daniel James on March 02, 2012 :
A Murder of Crows is a chilling short story that holds you on every word. Telling the story of Norman Crowfoot, a struggling author who has lost his inspiration, the story twists and turns as we follow Norman on a journey he wont forget.

Cleverly written and hard to put down!
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Review by: Daniel James on March 02, 2012 :
A Murder of Crows is a chilling short story that holds you on every word. Telling the story of Norman Crowfoot, a struggling author who has lost his inspiration, the story twists and turns as we follow Norman on a journey he wont forget.

Cleverly written and hard to put down!
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Review by: Daniel James on March 02, 2012 :
A Murder of Crows is a chilling short story that holds you on every word. Telling the story of Norman Crowfoot, a struggling author who has lost his inspiration, the story twists and turns as we follow Norman on a journey he wont forget.

Cleverly written and hard to put down!
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Review by: Melody Hewson on March 01, 2012 :
A very well done story and a good read. A nice and fairly fresh twist on an old theme.
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