Juneta Key

Writer in Florida

Juneta Key

Writer in Florida

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Juneta is Texas born and raised, living in Central Florida--hanging out with pirates and playing with the dolphins. And in her spare time, she makes Magic! A Story Spinner, Tale Weaver, Fate-maker, World Creator, Mythology Bender, Star Mapper, Journey Planner, Fortune Teller.

Fun Fact: After 22 years, Juneta retired from police/fire/EMT-911 communications dispatch to go live someplace Tropical.

Juneta writes SPECULATIVE FICTION leaning toward paranormal fantasy and a bit of Gothic-Steampunkish Space Opera.

WHAT THE HECK IS SPECULATIVE FICTION?

Well, Wikipediasays… “It encompasses the genres of science fiction, fantasy, science fantasy, horror, alternative history, and magic realism.”

She is a moderator for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group Goodreads Book Club.

She is a big proponent of short stories through various venues, Katharina Gerlach yearly Christmas Advent Calendar, and Storytime Blog Hop (founded by HTTS Students of HollyLisleWritingClasses.com) a quarterly flash fiction challenge to name a few.

Juneta is currently working on 4 different speculative fiction series, and a spinoff miniseries, plus several short stories and flash fiction.

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“You know, the best thing about being a writer is you don’t have to make excuses for pretending. It’s part of the job. Where do all the stories come from? I believe it is the human condition that makes us all heroes and villains, saints or monsters. Life is the mythology of living that creates the stories of our lives and imaginations.” ~Juneta

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“Life asked Death, ‘Why do people love me, but hate you?’ Death responded, ‘Because you are a beautiful lie, and I am a painful truth.’” ---Anonymous

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