About Teagan’s Books

Welcome! Here’s some information about my novels and works in progress. I hope you enjoy your visit.

The Three Things Serial Story

3-things-cover_3-2016The novella version of the serial that helped establish this blog is now available. 

The Three Things Serial Story is a spontaneously written (“pantser”) story. Everything in it — characters, setting, plot, was driven by “things” left by readers of the blog Teagan’s Books, episode by episode. Each week readers left three more things. The story evolved according to what those random things inspired. The serial began with oscillating fan, which brought me the vision of the 1920s setting. The era and narrator continued in two more serials that followed. While it was not great literature, it sure was a fun ride!  Here’s a trailer to put you in a Roaring Twenties mood.

Many readers asked me to provide the serial as a book, and that’s what I’ve done with this novella.   Here’s the Kindle version and the paperback as well as the Amazon UK link.

So sit back and enjoy the Three Things Serial Story.

Atonement, Tennessee

veil_of_sky_open_1 copyAtonement, Tennessee is now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook versions.  It is an urban fantasy with a mystery on the side. The story pulls in characters loosely inspired by the ancient Celtic myth of Gwydion fab Don.  It also features an ensemble of memorable southern personalities.  I did a post sharing my thoughts about releasing the book.

I was thrilled that readers asked for “book-2” — so I’m currently working on a sequel.

Did you know that you can get free apps that let you read Nook books or Kindle on your computer or smart phone?  If you don’t have an e-reader, then check it out!

Now I have an Amazon author page too.  Drop by for a visit.

Here’s a book trailer as a preview.

Where to “atone”

Barnes & Noble Nook


Kindle and Paperback


Amazon Canada


Amazon UK


Amazon India


Also on the Drawing Board


Atonement in Bloom

My other works in progress have been pushed aside so that I can work on book-2 in the Atonement series.  As usual, I have less time for writing than anticipated or hoped…

The Guitar Mancer

Guitar Mancer Cover final 05-04-2016This is my 2014 National Novel Writing Month book. It’s a quirky urban fantasy that opens on New Years Eve 1969 in Nashville, Tennessee. Of course there is an arch-villain. There’s also a magic man, a girl who doesn’t yet know she’s magic, a seven foot tall shaman, spirit animals, and a cross country chase on Route 66.

Tatterdemallian: The Electric Zucchini

Zucchini cover-1 copy

Tatterdemallian: The Electric Zucchini Is also a work in progress. I did the draft novel during National Novel Writing Month (a NaNoWriMo winner for 2013).  It is a young adult, urban fantasy, with a southwestern (USA) setting.

My mythology is inspired by old Italian stories of harlequins. However, it started to take on an entirely unexpected aspect. I’m going to re-work the story and give it what I call a “Steampunkery” twist.

The Dead of Winter

The Dead of Winter is the work of my heart.  This very large volume is still in the editing phase. I need to break it into two volumes.  It’s classic, epic fantasy — the kind I like to call quest-type fantasy.  Or it could fall into the Young Adult (YA) category.  I’ve created the world, its countries and cultures.  It is rich in imagery.  It’s also huge… so it’s taking a while.

Serial Stories

These serials are purely spontaneous, unplanned, pantser fun.  Readers send three “things” or “ingredients” and I write each episode spontaneously according to what the things inspire. This lets you, the reader have an interactive role in what happens.

Three Ingredients and Three Things

Cat-3-IngredientMeanwhile, I still work with reader “interaction” to keep you entertained with serialized stories.  It began with the “Three Things.” However, when that storyline reached a conclusion, I started the “Three Ingredients,” a culinary mysteries.  I call the different story-lines “Cookbooks.”  I work three ingredients (or things) sent by readers, into the story.  Stay tuned for the next episode!



Copper CoverCopper, the Alchemist, and the Woman in Trousers

While “Copper” is another of my spontaneously written serials, it’s also a steampunk story and I continued the culinary element.  Where Pip and her friends were characters in the previous serials, this one has an all new cast.


Copyright 2012 – 2016 Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene. 

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