Author Archives: Cindy Young-Turner

About Cindy Young-Turner

Hippie chick who is still hoping to change the world someday. Author of the fantasy novel, Thief of Hope.

Two-sentence horror stories

Happy Halloween! I love the spookiness of this time of year. It’s the perfect time to curl up with a good book, and even better if it’s creepy or gothic. I don’t like gore, but I do like a lot … Continue reading

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Thinking of fall in New England–an interview with Mark Willen

Today I have author Mark Willen joining me for an interview. Mark’s second novel, Hawke’s Return, recently came out, with another ethical dilemma for retired lawyer Jonas Hawke and new challenges for his family and friends in Beacon Junction, Vermont. … Continue reading

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Star Touched, dogs, and wolves–oh my!

I’m excited to welcome A.L. Kaplan to the blog today! Her first novel, Star Touched, was recently released and she was kind enough to do an interview for me. She’s been a member of my critique group for a long … Continue reading

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Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Anthology

I’m excited to be part of the Indies Unlimited 2016 Editors’ Choice Flash Fiction Anthology! My flash fiction piece titled “Solo” won one of the weekly flash fiction contests last year and was chosen to be included in the anthology. … Continue reading

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Happy May Day

Out of winter comes spring, and out of darkness comes light. Happy May Day, everyone! I definitely feel like I need to come out of the darkness. I’ve decided to share a lovely spring poem by Wordsworth, which is both … Continue reading

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