Pamela Turner divides her time between writing paranormal and urban fantasy and being her cat’s human scratching post.
After graduating from college, she worked as a secretary, artist model, exotic dancer, and substitute teacher before being hired 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 participated in her first National Novel Writing Month challenge, completing a short vampire novel. In 2008 she wrote Death Sword, which was contracted by Lyrical Press in 2010. A screenplay writer, she won second place in The Writers Place Short/Teleplay screenplay competition in 2004 for her short screenplay “Cemetery.”
She’s a member of the Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition (EPIC) and the Romance Writers of America (RWA), including the Louisville Romance Writers, Rainbow Romance Writers, Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal and Kiss of Death chapters.
Originally from Wisconsin, Pam moved to Kentucky where the bugs are bigger and allergies aren’t an option but the law. She lives near Louisville 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 hanging out in cemeteries.