About Tabetha Waite

Tabetha Waite began her writing journey at a young age. At nine years old, she was crafting stories of all kinds on an old Underwood typewriter. She started reading romance in high school and immediately fell in love with the genre. She gained her first publishing contract with Etopia Press and released her debut novel in July of 2016 – “Why the Earl is After the Girl,” the first book in her Ways of Love historical romance series. Since then, she has become a hybrid author, published with both Soul Mate and Wolf Publishing, Radish serialized fiction, Dragonblade and KB Driven Shared Worlds, as well as transitioning into Indie publishing. She has won several awards for her books.

She is a small town, Missouri girl who continues to make her home in the Midwest with her husband and two wonderful daughters. When she’s not writing novels filled with adventure and heart, she is either reading, or searching the local antique mall or flea market for the latest interesting find. You can find her on most any social media site, and she encourages fans of her work to join her mailing list for updates. 

The first installment of Tabetha’s new Seaside Society of Spinsters Series will be published by WOLF Publishing in 2023.

Visit Tabetha at www.authortabethawaite.wix.com/romance.

The Seaside Society of Spinsters

Book 1
Book 2
Book 3

Q&A with Tabetha

What is the first book that made you cry? 

Bridge to Terabithia when I was in middle school. After that, I said no more sad books. They had to have a HEA! 

Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?

A little of both. A lot of my readers love the Regency era, as do I, but I always have to add a dash of suspense or adventure! 

As a writer, what would you choose as your mascot/avatar/spirit animal?

Sloth? That’s on those lazy days. Otherwise, perhaps a chipmunk, where I scurry out of my writing cave for something to eat, and then going back into hiding.  

What are the ethics of writing about historical figures?

I like to follow the modern trend with stronger heroines who grow throughout the story, and heroes who do the same.