Monster Month Announcement

For those who don’t know, Monster Month is a small collection of short stories about monsters! There’s a slime girl, demon, shadow creature, witch, ghost, and even a werewolf to read about! There’s something for…

Staying Dead: Flash Fiction

Today’s the day you can get three very short stories for $1.50CAD! (Or, about $1.15 USD) Are you looking for three pieces of flash fiction about the argueably undead? Are you looking for something short…

New URL and June’s Newsletter!

You may have noticed that in the last few days, I changed my URL to something a little shorter and more professional. You can now find me at http://tialiet.com! Also, you may (or may not)…

The Red Journal

This month, in celebration of Pride Month, I released a short and sweet contemporary sapphic romance story called The Red Journal. It’s available as a PDF and paperback! “Tucker found it on the train. It…

May’s Newsletter and Other Things

For May’s Newsletter, you can expect a coupon code for TiaLietBooks! For the month of June, you can get 20% off all Etsy products! There will also be a short excerpt from the upcoming experimental…

Newsletter

Want to keep up-to-date with what I’ve been up to? I’ve started a monthly newsletter! Sign up and get free excerpts from what I’m working on, Etsy discount codes, updates, and more!

TiaLietBooks on Etsy

TiaLietBooks is now open on Etsy! Mx. Tia Liet is a white, disabled, mentally ill, nonbinary trans person in their mid-twenties. They pen short stories and novels, but is also fairly crafty, loves to create…

Some Quick Announcements

First! At the end of the month, the free version of Folktales will be removed. If you want to read the first draft, now is your chance! It’ll be gone soon! Second! The Void Between…

Folktales

A short story. Nova Amin thinks she’s spotted a mermaid. When she tries to tell her best friend, she gets nothing but disbelief. So, she sets off to find the truth. http://www.lulu.com/shop/tia-liet/folktales/ebook/product-23544290.html Folktales is now…

Red Eyes: Flash Fiction

Fwip. They stared at the card. It was illuminated by candle light, for no other purpose but to set the mood. The red eyes painted on the back of the card stared back. “So, let’s…