Author Liz Pierce

Mama met Liz at another writing conference and has heard a lot about her writing process. We thrilled to have her short story “Of Cats and Lost Socks” in the Fantastic Feline Heroes Bundle.

What’s it about, you ask? Well let me tell you.

A witch. A cat. A curse.

When Emmaline McMurtree falls victim to a rival witch’s curse, it’s up to her familiar, Marley, to save the day.

a Suburbia short story

Whether it’s the exploits of the teenage offspring of the Gods walking the halls of Olympus High, or Faerie Folk moving to the Real World and trying to cope with jobs, neighbors, and everyday life, Liz Pierce writes “suburban fantasy” – stories that blur the boundaries between the real world and the fantastical, but are lighter and less edgy than their urban cousins. And, hopefully, a little more fun.

You can find more of her work at, Liz primarily writes lighthearted fantasy, often YA, not specifically cat-focused.

You will definitely want to see Liz’s cats Allie and Jack in a few days!


  1. I do enjoy fantasy books, especially when there is a cat in them. I don’t think you are ever too old for some lighter fantasy. I look forward to seeing Allie and Jack.

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