Books | Tish MacWebber
Fiction by Tish MacWebber:
From Where I am Sitting…
“All books should have at least one talking cat in them.” My friend believed this with all of her heart. After she lost her battle with cancer, I was inspired to write this book to honour her. Based on her quote, it was written from the point of view of the different cats in my life, including 2 chapters about my friend’s cats. A funny, heartwarming read, containing tales which may or may not reflect the whole truth; written in their different voices, to make it authentic, at least in terms of a fictional, humorous memoir, narrated by cats.
Simba, continually amazed by everything. Rascal, a cool cat with a lot of charisma. Mistletoe wrapped everyone around her little paw. Lucy the quirky queen, and Dude, who had a fan club and loved beer. This group of cats lived legendary lives, and they can’t wait for you to read about their adventures!
NonFiction by Tish MacWebber:
#Tishspiration: The Art Of Surprising Yourself
Tish MacWebber has been full of surprises her entire life. When she became so skilled she was even surprising herself with what she could accomplish, she realized her concept, #Tishspiration was something she had to share. After exploring the word, defining it, and putting it into action, the more people she told about #Tishspiration, the more they wanted to know. In this book, you will follow Tish’s journey, learn the basics of her concept, and become aware of how to add #Tishspiration to your life. Your first surprise will be the introduction, and it is only the beginning!
What is that one thing you dream about doing, maybe for as long as you can remember, but you lack the courage to try because you are scared to fail? Inside this book, you will discover the path Tish followed to lead her to try things she never thought she would get a chance to do. You will also discover the thing that is standing in your way of claiming your dreams, and learn the art of surprising yourself as you learn what it will take for you to join the dream claimers of the world. If you pick this book, something is telling you to read it, and Tish MacWebber encourages you to follow that instinct.
Anthologies including contributions by Tish MacWebber:
Under The Mists
Beyond the veil exists a world of enchanting Fae known for their temptation and trickery. From the sirens of the ocean depths to the kindly tree dwellers of the forest, these creatures lure you in with their beguiling charms.
Humans should be wary of the faery folk, particularly those who tread with darkness at their heels.
Take a journey to the sea where mermaids seek vengeance upon arrogant humans and ruthless pirates refuse to heed the Harbinger warning. A dip into the forest reveals a tree holding the evil of all mankind, while a naive woman becomes enthralled with the idea of building a fairy home only to be taken in by the wiles of a deceptive changling. Meanwhile, a mission turns awry when Fae from Summer and Winter Courts stumble upon a rogue and her army. Finally, a determined King steps into the darkness to reclaim the power of Air for his people.
Discover six emerging authors who bring you tales from the troubled Dark Fae when you dive “Under the Mists”
Through The Sunshine
Ten stories focused on light fae.
Deedra Nichole – Blood Moon Rising A return to the story from Under the Mists. Can anyone stop Lyria the blood siren’s evil reign? The last light faery and an infant will try.
KA Masters – Furnace and the Mountain of Hope Furnace, the kobold, and his mate Betta, the mermaid, take on an adventure to save a friend.
KT Seto – Into the Mist A mother learns about the dark creatures that wander this world and help the light fae to battle the dark.
Luisa Kay Reyes – The Long Lost Maiden of Light A serving girl with a secret past finds that a kind heart has rewards.
Michael J Walters – Returning Home Old customs keep the faery magic alive, but are they right?
Michael Guzman – The Gift A grieving widow (LGBTQ) faces both a prospective eviction and life without her wife. Her wife’s last gift, from beyond the grave, is supposed to help… Does it?
Cyndi Pilcher – Gem of Krysvaris (part one) The faeries of Birchwood grove are facing danger… And a prophecy.
Rose J. Fairchild – Fairy Dust when the fae are attacking her mortal children, a hob seeks out the tooth faery for help.
Serena Mossgraves – Winter Whimsy How was snow made? A whimsical tale about the first snow.
Tish MacWebber – Operation Let It Glow A continuation of Tish’s story from Under the Mists. The light fae army moves to counter the witch Ruby’s plans. Will it be light or dark that wins?
Nightmare Whispers What Remains Volume 3
Fae Corps Publishing Presents 8 tales of psychological horror that ask the question “how do you fight the enemy within?” Featuring poetry, prose and art by new and established authors from around the world. Nightmare Whispers Volume 3: What Remains is 132 unsettling pages that trap your mind on a journey through fantasy into cyberpunk for a gut punch of terror.
Featuring Art by:
Horror Themed Poetry by:
And 8 Breathtaking Tales:
Apoptosis by K.T. Seto: In space, salvation has many meanings.
Intruder in the Woods by Austen Miles: Someone is lost but things are not always what they seem.
The Intruder by Kari Leigh Sanders: Finding something new means figuring out how to manage it.
Apocalyptic Truths by Serena Mossgraves: We tried to find a cure, instead we opened a door.
There’s Something Different About Her by Raz T Slazher: His true love turned into the perfect wife, but something wasn’t quite right.
The Nightmare Machine by VALKYRIE HOWARD: Scientists make a discovery in their study of dreams.
Web of Nightmares by Tish McWebber: In a world where fairies and humans walk side by side, a clever cat romps through life in this comedic tale where reality takes a back seat to the world of dreams.
City of Broken Dreams by Brittany Macdonald: Stepping through the portal had been their salvation, now a silent killer threatens their existence again and one woman is left with zero options and her own fears.
Nightmare Whispers Volume 3: What Remains
Peer into the shadows of doubt
Nightmare Whispers The Collection
A Collection of the complete Nightmare Whispers Series:
Nightmare Whispers Volume 1:
The Darkness Within
Anger Mirrors Pain.
Nightmare Whispers Volume 2:
Darkness can wear your face.
Nightmare Whispers Volume 3:
Peer into the shadows of doubt.
Tish MacWebber contributed “Web Of Nightmares” to Volume 3 of this collection. It is another story in the series she is writing in the Fae Themed Anthologies published by Fae Corps Inc.
Also includes content from Ivor Steven, Kari Leigh Sanders, Michael Guzman, Janaen Mcbrearty, J Benjamin Sanders, Lisa Poff, Lily M. Snow, Paul O’Neill, K.T. Seto, Rose J. Fairchild, Robert Beveridge, Valkyrie Howard, Thomas Sturgeon Jr, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Serena Mossgraves and Raz T. Slasher
Come seek the children where they play and learn the lessons of the Fae. Stories, poems and art combine to paint a picture most sublime. In Faery Playground you will find the darkness stalks all faery kind.
Featuring Art by:
Vonnie Winslow Crist
Vonnie Winslow Crist
And 9 New Tales:
Gathering the Girls by BF Vega – Changelings and Fae children go seeking their lost siblings
Playful Faeries by Cyndi Pilcher (poem)
Angel by K.T. Seto – A little girl sees eyes in a puddle and learns more about her mother’s ancestors.
Tale of Little Jenny by Lorraine Lewis – A sprite loses her innocence and transforms
Wee Blind Mice by Ruan Bradford Wright – A fae child is born into a nightmare and learns life’s lessons alone.
Lost and Found by Tish MacWebber- An innocent game of hide and seek leads fae children to learn about the mystery that caused their elders to join the fight against evil.
Birdling by Vonnie Winslow Crist-when a young writer rescues a baby bird she gains a friend
Growing Up by Serena Mossgraves- a teenager plagued by nightmares goes to visit her therapist after her mother’s death and learns of a prophesy
Blu by K.T. Seto- A Mondaó maid follows her student into danger and draws upon the lessons of her childhood to save them all.
The Boy in the Closet by Raz T. Slasher- A little girl befriends the boy who lives next door, but when tragedy strikes she learns he isn’t what he seems.
Coffee House Writers 2020 Anthology Volume 2: Fiction
Founded in 2017, Coffee House Writers has been a welcoming community for writers of all genres since its inception. Now, they want to showcase the heart of some of these hardworking writers. In Volume 2 of this set of anthologies, over two dozen authors have shared creative fictional short stories with the world. From heartwarming stories about family to mysterious horror pieces and fantasy worlds full of wonder, there is a bit of everything in this collection.
Tish MacWebber has contributed the story “Candy” to this 2020 Anthology. In it, she explores the idea of a unicorn trapped inside of a dragon’s body, in a whimsical way.
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