Prequel story now on Tor.com!
AKA my story with the longest title ever, "That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda's One Hundredth Birthday Party." This story grew out of a two-sentence anecdote in Seriously Wicked, about a disastrous pool party involving inflatable kraken. It got cut for time, but I thought it would be fun expanded into a full-length short story.
(PS: Just to be clear, it's a short story, not a book, but I put it here to show where it fits into the series. :)
SERIOUSLY WICKED - Tor Teen, May 2015
The only thing worse than being a witch is living with one.
"In Connolly’s witty, effervescent novel, mother-daughter angst and high school drama is spiced with a 21st-century flavor. ... Readers, especially those who are fans of fantasy and YA romance will adore this clever genre mash-up." --School Library Journal
Norton nominee for Best SF YA Novel, 2015
SERIOUSLY SHIFTED - Tor Teen, Nov 2016
Invisibility spells. Exploding cars. Love potions. Oh, and a trio of wicked witches who want to destroy Cam's friends. Can’t a good witch ever catch a break?
"Connolly's first-rate plotting delivers a clever story that empathizes with the self-conscious teen world even as it pokes a tiny bit of well-meaning fun. Accomplished plotting teams up with a winsome narrator to give readers a bewitching story." --Kirkus
SERIOUSLY HEXED - Tor Teen, Nov 2017
Being a teen witch is bad enough. Joining a wicked witch coven is right out.
ON THE EYEBALL FLOOR AND OTHER STORIES - Fairwood Press, Aug 2016
From the Nebula-nominated author of Ironskin comes Tina Connolly’s first full-length collection, with two dozen stories spanning a decade of writing.
These inventive and compelling stories contain tales of transcending cyborgs, shapeshifting bears, sentient hands, rogue GPSs, superhero moms groups, zombie chipmunks, and a story told from the point of view of a paddle in Pong. (As you do.)
"...darkly funny, imaginative collection..." -- Joel Cunningham, Barnes & Noble SF Blog
IRONSKIN - Tor, Fall 2012
Jane Eliot wears an iron mask. It's the only way to contain the fey curse that scars her cheek. The Great War is five years gone, but its scattered victims remain -- the ironskin.
"This lyrical and utterly marvelous debut is one of the standout books of the year."
-- RT Book Reviews, 4 & 1/2 Stars, Top Pick
Helen Huntingdon is beautiful -- so beautiful she has to wear an iron mask.
Copperhead is a standalone sequel set six months after the end of Ironskin. It features Jane's sister, Helen.
"...an outstanding exploration of the interplay between beauty, power, and female freedom." -- RT Book Reviews, 4 & 1/2 Stars
SILVERBLIND - Tor, Fall 2014
They wouldn't hire Dorie to hunt basilisks. But would they hire Dorian?
The final book jumps forward 18 years and features Dorie, Jane's young charge from Ironskin.
"Dorie, a spoiled and troubled child in Ironskin, has grown into an appealing heroine who takes risks to help the disadvantaged, even at great danger to herself." -- Library Journal
Looking for a signed and/or inscribed book? Call Annie Bloom's (a Portland indie bookstore), and you can order anything of mine that's in print. They'll call me, and I'll come in and sign it (just my name) or inscribe it (IE, "to Amy") for you!