#IndieFeature: The Mystery of Sherlock Lake by Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

The Mystery of Sherlock Lake, originally posted at Vocal.

It’s the last week of October and we’re well into the spooky season, so I’m delighted to share with you The Mystery of Sherlock Lake by Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue. This is her entry to the Vocal Media Fiction Competition. It’s a short but sweet read (only 1,892 words) about two new friends, Nick and Danny, who head out to Sherlock Lake to search for its infamous ghost: Allen Garth, a junior high student who drowned during town’s annual Fourth of July boat race some forty years ago.

Let me just say that I was on the edge of my seat and I was pretty sure I saw things coming… until I didn’t. 👻

Head on to Vocal to read the full story!

Nicole can be found over at Higgin Botham Publications, or on Twitter. Since beginning her writing career, she has managed to pen several lesbian romances, while adding a little action and adventure to spice things up.

Got an indie read to recommend? Let me know and if I pick it up, I’ll be sure to feature it here! I like fantasy, mythology, folklore, time travel, historical fiction, as well as Young Adult and Middle Grade. Anthologies and shorts will be read first due to time and life constraints, but feel free to recommend as many as you like. Also, self-promotion is 100% okay!✨

Published by Marie Sinadjan

Filipino author, singer-songwriter and musical theatre actress. Loves writing fantasy short stories and composing songs for books. Also loves coffee, traveling and watching the stars. Married and based in the UK.

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