FF: Neighbors! #43

Posted: December 4, 2014 in Flash Fiction, Neighbors!
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“Now you know as much as we do about all events, suspects, how we’re all involved. I take it you’re raring to analyze the collected evidence, now.” I said this, half grinning. Anyone could see with half an eye how eager Lisa was to get started.

“Yes, please!” Lisa beamed.

“All right. Next meeting tomorrow morning at nine.”

Lisa nodded and followed John’s assistant to the lab.

Tony was impressed. “Lisa knows to ask the right questions! Looking forward to her findings.”

“She’s incredible,” added Steve. “She has it in her to lure fake Bobbi out of hiding, Jim.”

“My feelings, exactly. I have given her clearance for the lab, dispatch will let her come and go as she pleases.”

I called Craig on my way home to thank him once again.
Meanwhile at the lab…

John’s assistant had shown Lisa all case evidence and left her to her own devices.

Lisa saved the information and set to work.

Dear readers,

Lisa is the 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’:



  1. Reblogged this on Entertaining Stories and commented:
    Cool! Now I’m a character in this too. Reminds me of the old Monty Python bit, “Also not appearing in this film.”

    This is fun. You should check out Neighbors over at Karen’s place.

  2. trentpmcd says:

    I guess Lisa sparked something in the precinct since these stories are have become a daily occurrence instead of weekly, or every other week or… Nice to see the new direction.

    • trentpmcd says:

      Oh, I forgot – the second link doesn’t seem to be working. You may need to redo it.

      • Karen says:

        Indeed, Trent. Lisa is a very special guest. It is my challenge to let her get back home within a reasonable time span. 😉
        I repaired the link – thank you very much for letting me know it was broken.

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