- Pamela Turner divides her time writing horror, paranormal, and urban fantasy and being her cat’s human scratching post.
- After writing poetry and short stories, she worked as a freelance magazine writer for two local publications. After two years of interviewing people, she decided to return to writing fiction. In 2004, she won second place in The Writers Place Short/Teleplay screenplay competition for “Cemetery”. She followed this in 2011 with the paranormal/urban fantasy Death Sword, published by Lyrical Press.
- She’s a member of the RWA, Sisters in Crime, EPIC, and is also a supporting member of the HWA.
Originally from Wisconsin, Pam moved to Kentucky where the bugs are bigger and allergies aren’t an option but the law. She lives with her family and aforementioned feline. Besides writing, she enjoys reading, photography, playing chess (although she’s lousy at the game), physics, aviation, the Tarot, and cemeteries.
- Author's Other Works:
- Death Sword (Lyrical Press)
- “It’s in Your Blood” – Bites: Ten Tales of Vampires (Scimitar Press)
- “Family Heirloom” – Scared: Ten Tales of Horror (Scimitar Press)
Dark Fiction Suspense
This portrait commission comes with a mysterious model with no face, haunted paintings, and a curse.