Tammy Euliano’s writing is inspired by her day job as a physician, researcher, and educator at the University of Florida. She’s received numerous teaching awards, ~100,000 views of her YouTube teaching videos, and was featured in a calendar of women inventors. Her debut medical thriller, Fatal Intent, was published by Oceanview in 2021. She shares her journey of pivoting from a career in medicine to writing and publishing her own books. She took classes, attended retreats, and wrote short stories to gain traction. After a chance meeting with a physician-turned-publisher, she went from manuscript to publishing offer within a couple of months. She also discussed the challenges of writing believable medical scenes for her books.
Kathy Reichs of Bones fame called Fatal Intent “Medical suspense as sharp as it gets.” The sequel, Misfire, came out in January. Michael Connelly, best-selling author of the Bosch series called it “a first-rate medical thriller.”
Euliano’s short fiction has been recognized by Glimmer Train, Bards & Sages, Flame Tree Press, and others.
How she became an author in her 50s and the transition from a busy physician climbing the academic ladder to a newbie fiction author
Dealing with rejections and her experience with a small press has been amazing
Talking about the humorous errors in medical scenes written by non-medical people
The doctor is in for a fun conversation. Check in!
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