FF: Neighbors! #41

Posted: December 2, 2014 in Flash Fiction, Neighbors!
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Lisa Burton loved her life at the cabin – a lot. The urgent phone call, asking for her support as a detective couldn’t be ignored, though. Sheriff Jim Burrell had requested someone with her experience, with her special abilities. The case seemed to be at a dead end. Her decision was made. Bunny would be cared for, appropriately. Her friends knew how strict she was about everything concerning her beloved Bunny.

Packing her equipment had been a piece of cake. All devices had their space within the bags. Not too many outfits – she preferred to go shopping for something new.

Lisa enjoyed being on the final stretch to Whitelyn. An awesome road for her bike. When Whitelyn Motel came into view, she stopped for a minute, scanning her surroundings. She saved the gathered data and drove to the motel’s parking lot. Lisa checked into room 4, locked her belongings in the safe and headed for the station.

Dear readers,

please welcome Lisa Burton to the Neighbors! series!

Some of you may already know Lisa – main character in C. S. Boyack’s ‘Wild Concept’. She’s a robot who helps Craig Boyack around the writing cabin these days.

To learn more about versatile author Craig, awesome automation Lisa Burton and the writing cabin, please check out his blog “Entertaining Stories” and my review on ‘Wild Concept’:


Review:  Wild Concept

Dear Craig and Lisa, thank you very much for visiting the Neighbors! series.  🙂

How and why Neighbors! began:


  1. Ali Isaac says:

    Great idea, to share a character. Cant wait to see how it turns out!

    • Karen says:

      Thank you very much, Ali. Lisa Burton is a remarkable character (my book character of the year!). I’m very honoured to have her support my sheriff… 🙂

  2. Reblogged this on Entertaining Stories and commented:
    Hey gang, Lisa has arrived in Arizona for her new adventure. Please visit Karen and check it out.

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