Books & Publications

You can buy my short story collection here.

What people are saying:

“These are beautiful stories that had me giggling and gasping. Her stories are full of fascinating characters and disturbing situations.”

I’m writing this a few days after reading to see what stayed with me: several sharp descriptions, loss, darkness, and hope. There’s a sense of mystery too.

Tammy’s writing is incredibly visceral and powerful. I found pieces of myself in each story and couldn’t wait to read the next!


Diner, FoxGlove Journal, November 2022


Fever Dream, Full Mood Magazine, September 2022

The Fire Will Be The Fortune Honorable Mention for 2022 24 Hour Short Story Contest

The Magic Garden, Shorts Magazine, November 20, 2021

Amazon Has Voodoo Dolls, But Not Reindeer, Fiction Kitchen Berlin, February 13, 2021

The Last Time, Gone Lawn, December 21, 2020

Spoonlight, Five on the Fifth

Jars, The Cabinet of Heed

Tears of Smoke and Pain, Mookychick

Explainable Earthquakes , Elephants Never, Jan 2020

Ironic HoneymoonElephants Never, Feb 2019

The Average Heart, Elephants Never, Feb 2020

North Star, Clover and White, Feb 2020


My Almost Secret Writing Life, I Wrote it Anyway anthology, edited by Caroline Donahue

Share your Love of Books

Encourage Children to Read This Summer May 13, 2011

TeachWrite Chat Blog – Guest Blogger

Thavin and Marcob

Ethical ELA


Move On, Scrittura

Window of Time, Scrittura

Burn It Down

Podcasts Appearances:

Teachers on Fire Podcast December 2020 Learning, Writing and Embracing Rejection

Story A Day April 2020 Tammy Loves A Challenge

Stop Writing Alone April 2020 The Accidental Inspirationalist

Better Leaders Better Schools Feb 2019 Using Goals and Self Care to Improve Coaching

Guest Posts:

Teach Write Posts


16 thoughts on “Books & Publications

  1. Pingback: 3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge #3 – The Bibliophile Empress

  2. Finding the right book to start a kid reading who otherwise thinks it a chore, and then providing enough after that so he or she is solidly hooked, is the greatest thing you can do for that child. From then on, they will each be able to teach themself anything they need to learn. Not minimizing formal schooling – just acknowledging that the attitude brought INTO that schooling makes a huge difference.

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  3. Hi Tammy. I like your bio and your website! We have a lot in common. Maybe I’ll put that I’m a runner on my bio page. I’ve been running a long time, but I am not the distance runner you are. Time is always forcing me to cut a run short. Anyway, so nice to meet you In the virtual writing world. Thank you for the follow.


  4. hi tammy, i’m in the too awesome category with you and 2 others. i’m #4. i just got linked today. i started writing a few days ago. i got behind b/c i was moving my blog to a new site. same address, just downsized sort of, to i’m paying for my domain name to keep my same address. i tho’t i’d take a few minutes to meet the people in my category. looks like we have a nice variety here among the 4 of us:). blessings. i hope to see you again soon.

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  5. Thanks for visiting Life in the Slow Lane and choosing to follow along. Like you, I have passion about writing and reading, and I have recently slowed my blog down from one more focused on writing about writing to writing about my life and faith. I hope you’ll enjoy our journey together

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