My short story “Rachel Can Still See” has been highly commended by Writers’ Forum

Good day fiction fiends, mystery-philes and conspiracy lovers everywhere.

I have returned from full immersion in my forthcoming conspiracy novel, Million EyesMore on that tomorrow; I’ll be posting an article with updates on my progress with Million Eyes, along with a review of South House Retreat and my time there.

In the meantime, just a quick blog to say that my story, Rachel Can Still See — the sequel to Rachel Can See, which was published in Metamorphose V2 last November — has been mentioned as “highly commended” in the latest issue of Writers’ Forum. Slightly annoyingly, the magazine printed my full name instead of my pen name, C.R. Berry, but never mind. The story itself isn’t published (you have to get into the top 3 for that), so I’m now in the process of seeking publication elsewhere.

In any case, a minor win! 😀 This story previously won the Hyde Cup 2016, an internal competition for the members of Rushmoor Writers.

Happy new year mystery and conspiracy fans!

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Good day readers! And a very happy new year to you all! I hope you all had exceptionally merry Christmasses.

So, the blog is back after a Christmas break, and I’d like to thank all my loyal readers and followers for sticking with me and enjoying the blog for, crikey, nearly two and a half years now!

Anyways, there is a lot more murder, mystery, conspiracy and cryptozoology on the horizon. In addition, I’m steaming ahead with my conspiracy thriller novel, Million Eyesand the accompanying Million Eyes Short Stories, which I’ll be continuing to publish this year.

I will also be continuing to write monthly blogs with Million Eyes updates and advice for fellow writers (and I hope my previous articles about writing have proven useful).

My new blog, coming tonight, is about a very real conspiracy, right in the heart of the Roman Catholic Church…