Tag Archives: Jodine Turner

In Wilderness Lies the Hope of the World – Jodine Turner

Visionary writers are incredibly important to the publishing landscape. And yet, the “visionary” label of this broad set of writers can confuse unfamiliar readers or put off publishers afraid to take risks.

No More Band Aids: A Visionary Fiction Author’s Rant – Jodine Turner

“Life feels shitty right now. Life is leading us to a new and better way of living. I hate not seeing loved ones. I am so grateful for what I do have. I miss (fill in the blank).”

I started out this era of Covid feeling concerned, yet calm, philosophical, better future oriented. I still feel that way.

The Article That Started it All – Jodine Turner

I write Visionary Fiction. It’s my passion. I published an article defining it in Writers Journal, May 2009, hoping to promote the relatively unknown genre. In November, 2011, I posted a link to my article on the Goodreads page for the Visionary Fiction Group. From that Goodreads post emerged a small network of author colleagues […]

The Hidden Abbey by Jodine Turner – A Visionary Fiction Alliance Book Review by Romuald Dzemo

A Guest Review by Romuald Dzemo originally published at Readers’ Favorite The Hidden Abbey by Jodine Turner is both fantasy and visionary fiction, with a historical setting in the worlds of Avalon and Glastonbury Abbey, split between two separate timelines and skillfully developed to explore two lovers from a distant past reborn into modern day […]

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