Three years ago, I dipped a toe into the self-publishing waters with Shattered, a collection of three fractured fairy tales. Since that time, Shattered has become what I fondly refer to as "my little book that could". It's sold the most copies, was the first to recoup the small monetary cost [read more] about Happy Anniversary, Shattered!
A foster mother is torn between loyalty to the sea-girl she raised and the people she left so long ago. A runaway daughter receives help from her mother's love reaching across the sea. A woman who lost everything to a curse of thorns is given another chance to love. Entangled: Broken Fairy [read more] about Cover Reveal: Entangled
It's no secret that I love fairy tales and am endlessly fascinated by how they inspire other people's creative work. I enjoy many retellings, but these are my top 5 (I also include movies in this list): Beauty by Robin McKinley Richly detailed, with a strong, scholarly protagonist, this upper [read more] about 5 favorite fairy tale retellings
Tia Nevitt is the author of Accidental Enchantments, a series of novella-length fairy tale retellings. Her latest release, the Snow White-inspired The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf, features an unusual protagonist in one of the seven dwarves--a young woman looking for her own happy ending. [read more] about Tia Nevitt on writing novellas
A cybernetic Rapunzel in a post-apocalyptic world has plans of her own Now available at Amazon US | Amazon UK | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords A few things about Wired: It's a short story, about 4600 words long You can read it for free on this site. Just go to the Works page and look [read more] about Wired, out now
Several weeks ago, I posted about my passionate fling with Pinterest and my subsequent reconsideration of my relationship (addiction?) in the cold light of day. The last time you tuned in (to the soap opera), I had deleted all my boards save one and put some distance between myself and its [read more] about dear pinterest, let’s just be friends
The particular edition of The Hobbit that your father read to you when you were a kid. That picture book retelling of Rapunzel with the illustrations you could sink into. The anthology whose pages you pored over for hours. That book. The book that is so much more than the words. It's the story [read more] about THAT book: the faber book of modern fairy tales