Hello! It's my birthday today, and I got myself a published novella! Surprise! The pre-order is over, so you can get Language of the Spirit straight to your e-reader with no wait. Nice. This novella started as an entry for the Write Like You're Alive challenge put on by Non-Binary Review. I was going through … Continue reading New Novella!
This post interrupts our regularly scheduled recipe-sharing about the books that shaped us as we grew up. Hold that thought! Dan and I are headed up to Missoula for a few days of vacation, learning, socializing, and late-but-not-less anniversary fun at the SF&F convention! When I get back, I'll share what I learned with you … Continue reading MisConMT 32 Interlude
The Cafe Irreal's Spring issue dropped today, and my name is folded between the pixelated pages with my flash fiction piece, 40. I originally wrote this as a twist story, but couldn't make it work. Since then, I've learned from John Adamus that a twist should surprise the characters more than the readers. Good advice, … Continue reading 40
con·ven·tion \ kən-ˈven(t)-shən \ The first year of a convention is a lean, bony beast. Exposed sinews and growing musculature. FanNexus was no exception, but this gave us the advantage of close connections and conversation. I didn't have the energy to gnaw on the knowledge-bones offered at FanNexus. Part of this was my fatigue, part the choice of … Continue reading FanNexus 2017
Sweet Turtleberry is a writer of realistic fairy tales. She was born and raised in Baltimore, with a few stops in the mix. Turtleberry is a graduate of Towson University and the University of Baltimore, where she received a Master's Degree in Publication's Design and Creative Writing. Turtleberry is currently doing what she loves… writing. She … Continue reading Sweet Turtleberry, author & publisher