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Senor Tortuga



Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Senor_Tortuga
Country: Australia
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Member Since: Jan 14, 2013

Featured Writing

Sisi's Story

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 16, 2013
Sisi loves life with a passion- but she struggles against...
Tags:life, family, work, sacrifice, colour, everyday, visual, horizon

Too Much Chilli

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 15, 2013
A spaghetti dinner serves as a segue for introspection,...
Tags:humour, food, relationships, fiction, funny, descriptive, snapshot

A Bittersweet Taste

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 14, 2013
A suffering man experiences a momentary affinity to a...
Tags:death, emotion, descriptive, tangible, snapshot

Memories Keep Her Warm

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 14, 2013
An old woman conserves her memories as best she can.
Tags:life, memory, surreal, nostalgia, timelessness, knitting

One Day. Not Today.

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 14, 2013
A woman prepares the tea and contemplates what seems an...

Writing Portfolio

Two Accounts of a Household Occurence

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 16, 2013
A new addition to the household creates tension.

Sisi's Story

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 16, 2013
Sisi loves life with a passion- but she struggles against...

Too Much Chilli

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 15, 2013
A spaghetti dinner serves as a segue for introspection,...

A Bittersweet Taste

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 14, 2013
A suffering man experiences a momentary affinity to a...

Memories Keep Her Warm

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 14, 2013
An old woman conserves her memories as best she can.

One Day. Not Today.

Short Story by Senor Tortuga
Posted: Jan 14, 2013
A woman prepares the tea and contemplates what seems an...



Not quite born, but thoroughly bred Sydneysider.

I grew up on the beach, at the library, and on the kitchen counter getting bandaids on my knees

after falling out of the macadamia tree again.

My stories are stylistic and brief, and have been described as 'snapshops' rather than 'stories'.

Thematically, they range from imaginative, to observational, to dark.

I draw my inspiration from Margaret Atwood and Roald Dahl's short stories, people, and the way they interact with life.

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