Stacy Overby is an author and graphic designer at Three Furies Press. Her day job in Addiction Medicine provides inspiration for many of her stories. When not at work or writing, she and her husband are playing with their son, hiking, camping, or involved in other outdoor activities.
Hey! I’m glad you found your way here. Seriously. I am. Here’s where you can find the stuff I’ve written and someone actually published.
Okay, I know it’s been a while since I’ve written a review. I’m way behind. Well, that’s an understatement as I am seriously behind and have a lot of reviews to write. But now that I’m riding the train to work a couple days a week, I’ll have at least a little more time to… Continue reading Tales from the Pirate’s Cove
I’ve had a lot on my plate lately with family stuff going on in addition to work. But, this week’s #SwiftFicFriday prompt got me thinking. This little bit is all it needs to be, but the world it’s in definitely has me intrigued. Might have to explore more someday. Anyway, the rules were the same–150-300… Continue reading The Rite of Little Dreams
Well, I know it’s been a while. Hit a bit of a rough spot again around here, but things are getting better. Then I saw Kat’s #SwiftFicFriday prompt, the picture added below, and knew I had to write something for it. This is probably a bit more of an idea that could eventually grow, but… Continue reading A Mountain View
Wow. As I sit here at my keyboard tonight, reflecting on the events of the day, I find myself uncertain as to where to begin. For the first time in Minnesota history, a white police officer has been held accountable for killing a man, a black man to be exact. And I’ve had front row… Continue reading A Few Thoughts
So I totally blew the deadline on the #SwiftFicFriday prompt this week. But I did at least get something written, so that’s a win anyway. As usual we got 150-300 words and a prompt—this time the word williwaw—with which to work. Williwaw means 1) a sudden violent gust of cold land air common among mountainous… Continue reading Williwaw