Stevie Turner

Stevie Turner is a British author of Romantic Suspense, Humour, Paranormal, and Women’s Fiction (family dramas). She won an inter-schools' essay competition at the age of 11, and this gave her encouragement to write further. She is a cancer survivor, and still lives in the same picturesque village that she and husband moved to in 1991.

Stevie has now written 11 novels, 6 novellas, 1 memoir, and 18 short stories. She also won a Readers’ Favorite Gold Award in 2015 for her third novel ‘A House Without Windows’, and one of her short stories, ‘Lifting the Black Dog’, was published in ‘1000 Words or Less Flash Fiction Collection’ (2016). She has also written an article ‘Look on the Bright Side of Life’ which was included in the 2016 book ‘They Say I’m Doing Well’ which are articles about mental illness, the proceeds of which go to the charity MIND. Her novella 'Scam!' won the Electric Eclectic Novella Fiction Prize for 2020, and will now be published as an e-book and a paperback by Crimson Cloak Publishing.

Stevie has also branched into screenplays. Her screenplay ‘For the Sake of a Child’ won a silver award in the Spring 2017 Depth of Field International Film Festival, and her novel ‘A House Without Windows’ gained interest in 2017 from De Coder Media, an independent film production company based in New York. Her novella ‘Finding David’ reached the quarter-finals of the 2019 ScreenCraft Cinematic Short Story Competition.