About Enchanted Souls
A Saint's Grove Novel, Book 11

A rare occurrence brings the planets into alignment, causing the seals that separate the universes to break. Lost souls search for home while two hearts that were shattered try to find their missing pieces.

When Alyxandria Duvall meets Micah, sparks fly, and their hearts burst into flames. They welcome their daughter not long after; then Micah goes missing under mysterious circumstances, leaving a path of heartache, death, and destruction in his wake. Still, Fate has more in store for them.

Galactic anomalies are propelling their lives toward their destinies. Light years separate them, but their souls gravitate toward one another. Can love overpower the universe’s boundaries?

About Chasing Eternity (Tala Prophecy, Book 4)


Defeating evil will require Reagan to place her trust in unexpected allies and reconsider the loyalties of her inner circle.

A team is only as strong as its weakest link.


Trusting in angels and instructions from above will be the cornerstone of her pack’s strategy to put an end to Rafe and his demon army. 

But his connections and powers run deep.


Reagan’s pack must come together and be willing to sacrifice everything to save mankind. But along the way, she’ll suffer heartache. 

Anguish for herself and those closest to her.


Still, nothing can stop what has been foretold. Fate has determined the end game, but divine intervention supports the victor.

About 7: The Seven Deadly Sins
by Tia Silverthorne Bach, Casey L Bond, NL Greene, Jo Michaels, and Kelly Risser

Seven marks upon a wall.
Tom may rise, but he may fall.
Through five lives, no one dares mention,
of the sin for which he seeks redemption.
Fates will meet, and you will see,
what will thus become of he.

About Chasing Destiny (Tala Prophecy, Book 3)

An ancient prophecy set forth her ultimate destiny: Destroy the lawless ones or Hell’s gate will burst open.

So much has changed since Reagan shifted for the first time. She found the grandfather and brother she thought were dead, reunited with her grandmother and aunt, met a twin sister for the first time, discovered a powerful magic pulsing through their family’s veins, fell in love, and became part of a pack.

Evil also came into Reagan’s life in the form of Rafe, a madman who commands a demon-werewolf army. He’ll stop at nothing to destroy everything good. 

Destiny may have determined Reagan’s fate, but she refuses to allow it to define her path. To save the world, she must: 

Gather powerful allies.
Call forth a team of angels.
Form an unholy alliance.
Discover an angel sword.
Survive devastating losses.

Along the way, Reagan will discover that strength comes from faith, from believing in the unbelievable, and a new battle cry emerges…

With Faith, We Fight

About Chasing Forgiveness
** a UtopYA 2015 Award Nominee for Best Companion Novella **

When terror strikes, forever altering your life, it doesn’t ask permission or forgiveness.

Madeleine and Amélie’s quiet lives are ripped apart by a creature they never imagined could exist outside a horror story. Their mother is murdered, their father is missing, and the only safe haven is with a family full of secrets. But rescue comes at a price.

Ripped from the light of youth, the sisters are forced into the shadows—where they meet brothers Rafe and Rowan.

It’s not the time for infatuation or love, but the heart rarely listens to reason. 

Now, the young women have decisions to make. Will they be able to achieve their unified goal of stopping evil, or will it consume them from the inside out? 

They soon learn some choices can’t be undone.

About Fractured Glass
a novel by Tia Silverthorne Bach, Jo Michaels, Casey L Bond, Kelly Risser & NL Greene

What if other worlds existed alongside your own? What if you could travel through them and truly escape reality?

Sloan and Harley Glass were born moments apart; but, despite their differences, the sixteen-year-old twins couldn’t be closer. They’ve held their tongues each and every time their mother has uprooted them—often moving across the country with little notice. They’ve learned to accept change. But what is Mom running from?

They discover they’re travelers—half-descendants of those who can traverse an entire universe of parallel worlds known as fractals. When the past catches up, Harley is kidnapped and taken to one of those distant worlds. Now, Sloan must garner her courage and find a way to rescue her sister. Traversing the worlds isn’t the hard part; it’s surviving the elements and the creatures lying in wait to destroy everything in their path.

Will the Glass sisters be able to save the fractal worlds from the kidnapper, or will everything fracture and crumble around them?

About Chasing Shadows (Tala Prophecy, Book 2)

2014 Reader's Favorite International Book Awards Finalist in YA Paranormal

Reagan thought one night changed her life forever, but her fate was written long ago.
 Merging creature and white blood,
One of flame, one of night,
At eighteen years it will commence,
Spiritual warrior and power,
Will bring an end to the lawless ones.

A war looms: One that pits brother against brother for werewolf supremacy. Angels and demons will each have a say before a victor is chosen.

With her eighteenth birthday only six months away, time is running out. Reagan must find a way to harness the two powerful, ancient bloodlines coursing through her: Werewolf and Wiccan. Then, she has to figure out her role in the century-old prophecy foretold by her great-grandmother.

However, if Reagan can’t save her family from her most vicious rival, Rafe, the forces of Hell will be unleashed and the war will be over before it starts.

Buy on Amazon.

About Chasing Memories, Tala Prophecy Book 1

There isn’t another way; not now. The others are coming. I can’t let them have you…

Seventeen-year-old Reagan has a problem: She can’t remember what happened the night her brother was taken. Now, the dreams haunting her from the incident are becoming more intense by the day. All the while, the lines between what’s real and what’s a product of her paranormal-obsessed mind are becoming blurred.

Is she losing her mind or has she just stepped into a world she thought only existed in books?

Caught in a web of worried parents, competing boys, Wiccan relatives, protective amulets, and psychiatrist babble, Reagan must determine the truth before it’s too late.

2011 Readers Favorite Book Awards, Silver for Realistic Fiction & Finalist Chick Lit

2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, Finalist Chick Lit
Two distinct voices, two stories interwoven within the walls of family and love.

Depression Cookies is a coming of age story woven around the heart of family triumph. It is told from two distinct vantage points, middle-aged mother, Abby, and her teenage daughter, Krista.

Abby is buckling under the weight of a husband who is climbing the corporate ladder, three daughters each with their own unique needs, a mother who is going off the deep end and family health issues. As she is meeting everyone else's needs, her own keep surfacing.  She feels she is losing parts of herself daily and doesn't know how to handle the stress and conflict. All she truly wants is a little magic in her life.

Krista is thirteen, battling acne and low self-esteem, when her father waltzes in and announces the family is moving again. Instead of letting fear and anxiety rule her life, she is determined to survive the trenches of teenage cruelty and family issues without completely losing herself in the process.
What neither expects to find is the true essence of magic in the strength, friendship, power and energy of the female spirit.


Lisa said...

I've heard good things about your blog and look forward to getting to know you via the blogathon.

Pavithra K said...

Love your theme!

Tia Bach said...

Thanks so much! I'm proud to give credit to my lovely sister, Dana Newbrough, as blog and webmaster extraordinaire!

David P. King said...

Hello, fellow campaigner! I'm not in your group (but I am a YA author), but I still wanted to check out your blog and say, "HI!" :)

Loving the look of your blog! :)

Tia Bach said...

Thanks for stopping by, David. I got in just under the wire today, so I've got some catching up to do. Wish me luck! ;-)

Sheri L. Swift, Author said...

What a wonderful thing for you & your daughter to do. My mother & I used to have a cup of tea in the middle of the night when one of us couldn't sleep. Just stopping by on the Campaign Trail to say hello! I'm also on Twitter @sherilswift ; )

Jessica Therrien said...

I like your blog! I'm in your YA group and just wanted to stop by to say HI! Found you on Twitter too :)

Tia Bach said...

I'm behind, but will be visiting and catching up. Great to meet you, Sheri & Jessica!! (Sheri, I'm @Tia_Bach_Author on Twitter)

Brenda Sills said...

Hi Tia! Wow! That sounds like such a wonderful book! I'm so happy to meet you! I'm a fellow Campaigner in the Women's Fiction/Chicklit group. My first book is Women's Fiction - maybe, I don't know - I'm having extreme trouble figuring out just where it belongs! Why didn't I write my first book in an exact genre!

Tia Bach said...

Brenda, Great to meet you, too. Thanks for stopping by. I'm so far behind, but trying to catch up on campaign duties this weekend.

Oh, and Women's Lit/Chick Lit is such a wide genre. Really an book about women for women. If it has sex or too many romantic elements, I guess it goes to Romance.

Our book spreads YA and Chick Lit, so we are confused, too.

Christy Farmer said...

Hello Tia, It's a pleasure to meet you. Congratulations to you and your daughter on the book! I wanted to say hello from your chick lit group.

Tia Bach said...

Thanks, Christy. It was a blessing to write with my mother. I'm behind getting around to everyone, but working hard to catch up.

Katie Gates said...

Greetings, Tia, from another member of the Women's Fiction/Chick Lit group. I love this blurb, and I love the whole idea of you and your daughter writing together. Very cool! I'll look forward to reading more of your posts.

JoAnna77 said...

Hi Tia, I am also in your chick lit group.

Anonymous said...

Nice blurb! I can relate to both characters (Mom with her challenges and daughter with her acne :)). I'm visiting from the Campaign and want to wish you the best of luck with it!

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
Stopping by from the campaign! how cool that you write with your mom. I can't even begin to imagine. mom love reading my writing. ha ha.

Tia Bach said...

Thanks! I'm looking forward to the campaign and getting to know you all better. Off to catch-up on visiting and following!

Melanie Stanford said...

Stopping by to say hi. I'm in your chick lit group.

Tia Bach said...

Melanie, Thanks for visiting. I'm still playing catching up, and now have to write my 200 words... better get moving. ;-)

Susan Oloier said...

Your novel sounds wonderful. I like the idea of two different perspectives. It reminds me of Sue Monk Kidd's Traveling with Pomegranates--though hers was a non-fiction book written with her daughter.

Tia Bach said...

Susan, Thanks! It's amazing how two people can live in the same house and have two very different stories, especially when one is a teenager.

J.L. Campbell said...

This sounds like a heartwarming read. Came over on Rach's recommendation.

Tia Bach said...

Thanks for stopping by, JL, and for your sweet comment. Hope you'll be back to visit soon!