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.
I know I’ve gotten horribly behind on my book reviews. Why? Because life happens. Not sure how else to put it considering the life I lead—mother of a busy 10-year-old and all the associated activities, family, etc. that goes along with that, and my day job as a clinic supervisor in a hospital. So yeah,… Continue reading Tiger Lily by K. Bird Lincoln
I know I missed the last couple weeks of #SwiftFicFriday prompts, but they were still helpful! Those couple prompts ended up working themselves into a short story I’m working on. That story probably is going to miss the deadline I had, but I’ll get it out to y’all one way or another. Anyway, this week’s… Continue reading Seventh Daughter
I totally missed last week’s SwiftFicFriday prompt. I saw it and it prompted the perfect scene to move my short story along. Alas, I didn’t get it all written in time. This week, though, I wanted to make sure I got my piece in, inspired stylistically by a favorite childhood poet – Shel Silverstein. As… Continue reading Misunderstanding
I have to say, I loved this week’s prompt from Kat with this week’s #SwiftFicFriday writing prompt. It took me a bit to come up with this, but once I got rolling, I kind of love this story. This one will likely get added to my list to come back and explore more at a… Continue reading The Blessing of the Gods
I managed a quick scribble squeezed into a busy weekend, not on my project with a September deadline of course, but that’s okay. In between celebrating my son’s 10th birthday, I figured I should get at least a few words down on something to build my writing habit back up. And be a little more… Continue reading The Crossing