Author Stevie A. Turner, You Deserve RRBC’s Pay it Forward Day

Stevie A. Turner is Rave Reviews Book Club’s Pay It Forward recipient in the Bethany Turner PIF campaign. I’m honored to celebrate her burgeoning career as an outstanding storyteller and a chronicler of life’s trials and triumphs.

We should all be glad that Author Stevie Turner won an inter-schools’ writing competition in 1969. Winning that contest for her entry, entitled ‘My Pet’, early in her writing life is the reason she’s so prolific today.

Stevie Turner’s love affair with words and writing has continued throughout her life and now, in what she calls, “the late summer of my life”, the words are tumbling out of her head. Stevie has the time and she has the experiences that have supplied her with a wealth of subject matter to write about.

This past January, her third novel “A House Without Windows” won the Goodreads’ eBookMiner Book of the Month Competition. Her novel was also a medal winner in the New Apple Book Awards 2014 Suspense/Thriller category; and it earned a 5-star seal of approval from Nonnie Jules’ Rave Reviews Book Club, as well as a Readers’ Favorite 5 star seal.
UntitleA Houserd“A House Without Windows”
Book blurb* Dr Beth Nichols thinks she has been held captive by Edwin Evans for about 8 or 9 years now. Amidst her grief she often looks back and thinks about her fiancée Liam; theirs was the biggest romance of all. She lays awake at night staring at the one light bulb that is never switched off, and prays that he is still out there somewhere searching for her.

Read what a Rave Reviews Book Club member says about “A House Without Windows”.

May 14th 2015
Slaughter House
by Shirley Harris Slaughter
At first I didn’t know what to expect with the title but the way Stevie Turner writes allowed me to ease into the horror gently. I felt as if I had woke up into a dark room without knowing where I was. The writer brought me right into the story and I felt like it was me being imprisoned. A good writer can make you feel like you are in the story.

Here are more reviews of books by Author Stevie Turner, our ‘Bethany Turner Pay It Forward’ Honoree

“For The Sake of a Child”
Stevie - Child
October 21, 20145 Starby Bill Swanson
GREAT BOOK!
How would you react if you start a new job and discover by accident that your employers are into child abuse in a big way? Ginny Ford is faced with this dilemma, and the suspense increases in this well-written story as she creates danger for her family when trying to do something about it. A recommended read!

“The Porn Detective”
P DetNovember 6, 2014
Al-khemetBy Al-Khemet Book Club
This can’t be FICTION
When Fiction blurs the lines between facts and real life situations, you can only wonder if the word in its very esence “Fiction” should have ever been invented at all. This is not fiction, it is a factual novel with the groundbreaking elements of real life struggles and emotionally tearing experiences that has devasted the happy marriages of millions of couples around the world, and with the rise and domination of porn in todays society- that is free with one click, many souls have become possessed with the demons embued into the art. The dialogue is amazing and real, this book is utterly absorbing and an exquisite treat for the senses. Fiction? NO- how can it be when millions are tormented by its main theme? One thing is certain though, this absolutely dynamic story is a must read.

Please purchase, read, and then review these great books, as well as others from her growing arsenal. All Of Author Turner’s books are available on Amazon.com and I will be sharing the links throughout the day! Happy Wednesday, Stevie! Enjoy Your Day!

4 comments for “Author Stevie A. Turner, You Deserve RRBC’s Pay it Forward Day

  1. June 24, 2015 at 12:46 pm

    I enjoyed Stevie’s House Without Windows–and somehow missed The Porn Detective. It is definitely going on my TBR list! Thanks for hosting, Linda!

  2. June 25, 2015 at 4:02 am

    Linda, this is a lovely post for Stevie! I hope you both have a great PIF week! 🙂

  3. June 25, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    Nice post for Stevie. Thanks Linda.

  4. June 27, 2015 at 9:56 am

    Great job for Stevie. Kudos Linda 😀

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