Pamela Turner drinks too much coffee and wishes she could write perfect first drafts. Publications include the short paranormal suspense novels Death Sword (a Chanticleer Blue Ribbon Paranormal Awards 2013 Finalist), Exterminating Angel, and The Ripper’s Daughter. She’s published short stories in anthologies, which she compiled and published in the collection Malice and Mayhem: Tales of the Macabre. Her short dark suspense story “Family Tradition” was a finalist in the EPIC 2014 EBook Awards. Screenplay awards include first and second place and Honorable Mention for the short screenplay “Cemetery,” first place for Final Curtain, and Honorable Mention for the adaptations of Death Sword and Exterminating Angel. A member of the national chapter of Sisters in Crime, she’s currently vice-president of the Louisville Chapter. Besides coffee, she likes cats, cemeteries, and old abandoned buildings. 

Haunted Dreams, Dark Destinies
Darkling Delights (blog)