About the Author
M. R. Pritchard writes about the elemental struggle between good and evil, and gods and monsters, and about people who turn into gods and monsters. Usually with a mix of apocalypse or post-apocalyptic setting. She also includes a spec of a love story because what is humanity without love?
M. R. Pritchard is a two-time Kindle Scout winning author, her short story "Glitch" has been featured in the 2017 winter edition of THE FIRST LINE literary journal, her short story "Moon Lord" has been featured in Chronicle Worlds: Half Way Home (Part of the Future Chronicles) and will be going to the moon in the Lunar Codex Nov 2024.
M. R. Pritchard holds degrees in Biochemistry and Nursing. She is a northern New Yorker transplanted to the Gulf Coast of Florida who enjoys coffee, mint chocolate, cloudy days, and reading on the lanai.
Author Archives: M. R. Pritchard
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Wait… why are we discussing the hundredth monkey phenomenon on a writing blog? I’ll pull it together over the next few weeks, I promise. But as you know, I’m a scientist at heart and analyze lots to bits and pieces … Continue reading
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Timeless Minds: Exploring Personality Traits of Those Who Struggle with Interpreting Time in Science Fiction Books
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Science fiction has the incredible ability to transport us to new worlds, but it also has the power to delve into the depths of the human psyche. Within its imaginative narratives, science fiction often tackles profound themes, including mental health. … Continue reading