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Pamela Turner
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Louisville Scenes: Downtown Louisville, West Main Street, known for its historical buildings with cast iron facades. I like to think that when Samael destroyed the River City in Death Sword, he had presence of mind to leave the historical buildings alone. :-)
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Thursday Tales: Currently reading Von: The Life and Films of Erich von Stroheim. Love silent films and silent film history. #film #directors #silentmovies #book #filmstudy
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Sharing another scene from my stories: the chapel in Eastern Cemetery. Eastern has its own tragic history. I won't go into details, but it was discovered bodies had been buried on top of one another, and the cemetery had been abandoned and vandalized for years. Luckily, there are people taking care of the graves and the chapel. Eastern Cemetery has appeared in my short story "It's in Your Blood" and the angel paranormal suspense novella Exterminating Angel, as well as in current works-in-progress.
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Thursday Tales: My Current Read. #crimefiction #amreading
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Since many of my stories take place in Louisville, Kentucky, I thought I'd start a weekly "Where in Louisville Wednesday?" post where I share certain locations I've used in my books. Today is a scene from Death Sword at Central Park/Fourth Street. I imagine Metatron and Karla sitting on this bench while they discuss her concerns about being forced to become an angel of death.
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3/8/17
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Check out science-fiction and fantasy author Cindy Koepp's guest post on Darkling Delights today. 

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Sharing more trivia from The Ripper's Daughter, my paranormal historical mystery. Nathan James, a former Scotland Yard Detective Inspector, regrets never capturing Jack the Ripper. Ten years later, prostitutes are being murdered in Louisville's Chute section. This section of "disorderly" houses centered around Floyd and Jefferson Streets.

The Ripper's Daughter is also on sale for $1.99 from now until November 30, 2016.

Amazon Kindle: http://amzn.to/2d2xYkw
Kobo: http://bit.ly/2cHYAe9
Nook: http://bit.ly/2cFV8NS

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October is turning out to be an awesome month, screenplay-wise. My short screenplay "Cemetery" won Best Screenplay Short Length at Imaginarium Convention, and my feature-length crime drama Final Curtain is a finalist at the Selenite Film Festival. Winners will be announced later this month. Fingers are crossed. 
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In which I talk about winning a screenplay contest and share a bit of trivia about naming the main characters.

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My trophy for winning first place in the feature screenplay crime drama category at Indie Gathering Int'l Film Festival. Also participated in a cold reading before an audience. Actors read a short scene from Final Curtain, and the audience participated in a Q & A afterward.
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2016-08-17
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