Sky mostly writes retold fairytales with dry humour where secrets are peeled back like onions. Sometimes, in her standalones, she likes to make you choose, depending on your disposition (optimist vs pessimist) - coz the path that awaits depends on the decisions we take. She lives in Tallinn, Estonia, travels a lot, but less now that her kid has gone to school.
Besides fairytales, Sky keeps experimenting with different genres: myths&legends; steampunk; post-apocalyptic scifi; quirky fantasy romance and alternative history to name a few that are currently in the works.
Hiring a hot angel as her bodyguard was a smart business move… wasn’t it? Strictly business.
This Goddesses Series starter (book #1) is now available in ebook format.
To die, to sleep, perchance… well, Death can’t. Not before she finds someone to take over her job.
Book #2 in the Goddesses Saga – Life&Death: The Goddess of Light – can be read as a standalone romance.
One stubborn warrior in pursuit of the Goddess of Lust who doesn’t believe in love.
Book #3 in the Goddesses Series is a romcom and can be read as a standalone.
What if you don’t have forever to wait until your first love notices you?
Book #4 in the Goddesses Series is now available for pre-order.
A young adult Thumbelina retelling with notes of murder and mystery.
A 5 fairytale mashup in 1 Cinders-Embers-Ash trilogy omnibus set. Yup, 5-in-1: Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, Hans&Greta, Belle&Beast and Wizard of Oz retellings. Deliciously dark. Twisty-turney. Secrets peeled back like onions.
An illustrated double Cinderella retelling for adults – stepmother vs 17yo Ella’s diary of events
A Red Riding Hood multigenerational retelling with an interwoven second chances romance.
A multigenerational Wizard of Oz retelling.
A magical collection of brand new sea-themed fairytales collecting donations for Oceana to keep our oceans safe.
A magical collection of new fairytales set in the forest, collecting donations for Rainforest Foundation to support indigenous and traditional peoples in their effort to protect the environment.
An illustrated collection of ten incendiary fairytales, collecting donations for World Land Trust to help communities prone to wildfires.
A collection of eight short fantasy stories by USA Today bestselling, award-winning and up-and-coming indie authors, collecting donations to combat air pollution or provide torrent weather relief.
A clean multigen (YA/NA) prequel novella to Cinders: Necessary Evil and Charm&Mayhem: The Goddess of Fate.
A clean YA prequel novella to Cinders: Necessary Evil. If you’ve read my Thumbelina, you’ll find the zombie fairy quite familiar.
A collection of clean quirky, strange and out right unusual short stories collecting donations for Book Aid International to support literacy.
My story, Yumiko’s revenge is probably the most gruesome I’ll ever write, but it’s all about the blood-lapping magic boots. (Hey, it takes a lot of energy transporting people from A to B and cleaning up their messes, so yes, the boots take blood and life-years as payment and resurface again in Cinders: Necessary Evil and Life&Death: The Goddess of Light. And Ash: Crooked Fates as well.)
A collection of clean short tales of mixups and mistaken identities to support literacy.
My story, To Find A Queen is about Nefarious Russelbulb the Seventh hunting down a girl who would become Queen Gretel Crimsonlocks.
A collection of clean short tales of trios and triple threats to support literacy.
My story, To Spot a Swan is a mashup of Hades myths and fairytales where a prince gets dissed three times. Of course, there’s a ball.
The anthology comes out April 14, 2024 and is currently on pre-order for 99c.
An Arthurian prequel about Magic Kingdom.
Gothic romance short stories with HEAs/HFNs.
A friendship fiction book about ancient goddesses grappling with a bet gone wrong. It’s 0.5 prequel to the Goddesses Saga, but can be read as a standalone.
Dystopian is a vastly different genre from my usual fairytales, but this is actually the first book I ever wrote (and didn’t publish). I published Goddesses: The Bet instead. Go figure.
4 short standalone stories related to magic mirrors to complement The Magic Mirrors Saga.
A second instalment of Tales from the Magic Kingdom: 4 short standalone stories related to magic shoes Ella wore to the ball and her younger sister Ellie snagged from the Wicked Witch of the West – to complement The Magic Mirrors Saga.
"If you're looking for a fun, light-hearted read to whisk you away to a fairy tale land and make you laugh out loud, this is the book. Sky's witty, irreverent sense of humour is almost Monty Python-esque at times, so if you love that style of comedy you'll definitely love this series. One of my favourite kinds of story is the 'behind-the-scenes of a well-known tale, what really happened' type of thing - think Lion King 1.5 where Timone and Pumba tell the story from their side. This is exactly that, only ten times better, because Sky has combined classic fairy tales (Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Wizard of Oz) with the fae, and chucked in a dark angel for good measure, and woven them all into a series of modern retellings with added humour (the thing missing from most fairy tales, I find)."
What if all mirrors were portals and wishes were like curses?
If you believe enough, you could travel the dimensions Alice-style. Or Marina-style, getting stuck in Magic Kingdom for 36 years.
Disenchant a frog? No problem. So what that he’s your one-night-stand baby-daddy & you hate his guts. Help the egotistic huntsman Belle jilted find his HEA? Sure thing. Someone has to do the hard work. Might as well be the witch who ended up in Magic Kingdom by accident. Or a wish gone wrong. (Same thing, really.) At least the mirror cooperates when asked - nicely and in rhyme - and shows glimpses of the lives of others. Magical reality TV - handy when you can’t leave your hut on chicken legs.
Grizelda the witch from Cinders (aka Marina the Goddess of Fate from Charm) takes center stage in this set, meddling through the consequences of her wish.
You might remember the silver and bronze mirrors from Cinders, the iron one from Ash and the golden one from Charm. Or get introduced to them here.
Will Marina ever question the origins of the bronze mirror she uses?
Why doesn’t she leave the same way she came?
And who can take a magic mirror with them when they pop through?
The stories in this set include:
These short stories are related standalones that can be read separately as small soundbites to the author's other books.
OUT Nov 14th, 2023