Tia Bach

Tia Bach discovered early on her love for words. In her teens, she had notebooks full of stories and a book tucked in every corner of her room. No matter where life managed to take her, she found a way to incorporate her love of writing. Practical by nature, she received her business degree but wrote for her college newspaper and later wrote and produced corporate newsletters.

After her first daughter was born, she decided to pursue her dream of writing a novel. Ten years and two more daughters later, Depression Cookies debuted. The coming of age story, woven around the heart of family triumph, is told from two distinct vantage points: middle-aged mother, Abby, and her teenage daughter, Krista. Tia’s own mother, Angela Beach Silverthorne, wrote the part of Abby while Tia reconnected with her inner teenager and tackled Krista’s point of view.

The mother of three girls and happily married to her college sweetheart for sixteen years, she’s blessed beyond measure. When she’s not running from one kid activity to the next, you will find her writing, blogging, or reading. She’s never met a genre she won’t read, and prides herself on finding redeeming value in any book. Thanks to her tween daughter, she’s now exploring young adult literature at a rapid pace. Vampires, werewolves, angels, demons… oh my.

Her first young adult book, Chasing Memories, is now available. For more information, check it out on GoodReads and Amazon.  You can find out more about her at her blog, website, Twitter, GoodReads, or Facebook.

Depression Cookies is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble (Smashwords coming soon).

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