About

Author Tabitha Short
Tabitha Short is best known for her young adult mystery book Her Sister's Murderer. The book was released in November of 2012 and held various ranks on the iTunes book charts until December, when it reached #8, making it an iTunes bestseller. Because of the story's success, Ms. Short has decided to expand by making it into a series. The second book will be titled Finding Cassie. You can purchase Her Sister's Murderer in print by visiting the Novels tab on this website, or by finding it on amazon.com. You can purchase it as an ebook on all major etailers of ebooks including amazon.com, iTunes.com, barnesandnoble.com, diesel-ebooks.com, kobo.com, sony.com, and lulu.com.

Ms. Short is also the author of the young adult fantasy book Arena Games: Legend of Petrova. The book was released April 15, 2013 and has quickly gained a following. The second book of this series is underway and does not have a release date yet. It will be subtitled Legend of Virtos. You can purchase Arena Games: Legend of Petrova in print by visiting the Novels tab on this website, or by finding it on amazon.com. You can purchase it as an ebook on all major etailers of ebooks including amazon.com, iTunes.com, barnesandnoble.com, diesel-ebooks.com, kobo.com, sony.com, and lulu.com.

You can also find a line of short stories in the horror genre from Ms. Short available as $0.99 ebooks. Their titles are The Please Do Feed the Animals Zoo, The Roller Coaster of Terror, and The Corpses of Old Farm Hill Road: The Arrogant Man. The first two are stand-alone short stories, while the third is the first in a series. A new short story in the collection will be released every Halloween until 2016. The subtitle for the Halloween 2013 release will be The Lost Soul. Visit the Short Stories tab to learn more and to purchase these horror short stories.

Ms. Short began her writing career very early, receiving awards and recognition in writing during her school years. She served as Editor-in-Chief of her high school newspaper and yearbook where she received multiple awards and scholarships that led her to study Journalism at Western Kentucky University. She served as a reporter and layout designer for Western Kentucky University College Heights Herald and Western Kentucky University Talisman. After graduation, she found herself pilfering through various marketing and sales jobs before landing in a position as a Supported Employment Specialist for a human services agency. She spends her free time as a freelance editor, author, and blog operator.

To connect with Tabitha, you can find her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Tabitha.short.7. You can also find her on Twitter through @tabithashort2. If you're looking for her blog, The First Five Pages, you can find it here: http://www.thefirstfivepages.blogspot.com. To contact her directly, you can email her at Tabitha_short@hotmail.com.

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