Michael W. Turner


Hello. I’m Michael Turner. I currently work in the IT field and have been doing so for the past decade. I have always enjoyed reading and writing fiction. It is definitely a passion of mine, and I am so glad to have the opportunity to share some of my work with you. Technology is a gift and curse but being able to publish my work on my own is more than a gift, it is a blessing. If you enjoy my stories, please post some comments. And please, don’t feel shy about critiquing.

Feel free to contact me at writermwturner@gmail.com


What Goes Down Must Come Up
Price: Free! Words: 3,430. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2013. Category: Fiction » Drama » American
(4.75 from 4 reviews)
A school teacher’s suicide plan is thwarted when he comes in contact with a mysterious man who has his own set of problems. It is said that misery loves company…or does it?

Michael W. Turner’s tag cloud

bridge    depression    drama    falling    fiction    jumping    life    short story    suicide    suspense    suspense adult fiction   

Smashwords book reviews by Michael W. Turner

  • The Worst Thing on July 09, 2013

    I thought it this story was an excellent piece of fiction. It is well-written and suspenseful. I can't give this author five stars because the ending of the story was a little flat to me. Will that stop me from reading another one of his stories? Not at all. This one was definitely entertaining.
  • Smashwords Book Marketing Guide on July 09, 2013

    I'm a new author myself, and I hate diving into anything without doing some initial research. I feel like this guide will be a great tool to help you become a profitable author. I had already implemented some of the tips he mentioned, but there were still many I never thought of, like making sure your book cover looks good in black-and-white or simply having a signature in your email with info on your books and a link to a website or place where potential readers can view it. That was an awesome idea! Look, I know that I may never sell enough to quit my day job, but I think that this guide will help. Do yourself a favor and read this thing in its entirety.
  • Best Intentions on July 12, 2013

    Where do I begin? The characters were awesome. The dialogue was very real and funny. The story was very amusing, clever, and unique. Nice cover by the way. It's eye-catching.