About Bonnie Elizabeth

Speculative fiction writer and retired acupuncturist, Bonnie Elizabeth uses her varied experiences to create believable but often unusual characters. Writing in a broad variety of genres, the underlying theme remains connection is magic, whether that connection is human to human, human to animal, or human to self.

Cat lovers and travelers particularly love her fictional settings where frisky felines can often be found lounging around, or giving snarky advice to main characters. Regular readers love that they can always expect the unexpected in a Bonnie Elizabeth tale.

As a multi-genre author, Bonnie has written paranormal cozy mystery, contemporary fantasy, gothic suspense, paranormal women’s fiction, and even young adult contemporary fantasy novels. Her short stories range from contemporary mystery to science fiction and secondary world fantasy.

Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Bonnie worked as a veterinary receptionist, cemetery administrator, and spent plenty of time in libraries and bookstores. She has hiked around Easter Island, jumped from an airplane (okay it was a tandem dive and she was attached to someone who jumped), cruised around the tip of Cape Horn, and eaten freshly caught food in a French chateau.

She lives with her husband, who is generally supportive of her writing, and her three cats, two of whom are known for sitting on the keyboard in the middle of the most intense scenes.

You can find out more about her books at her publisher, My Big Fat Orange Cat Publishing.

Currently she has the following titles out:

Whisper Novels

  • Whisper Bound
  • Taken by the Sound
  • An Air of Suspicion
  • Little Dog Lost
  • Death Interrupted
  • Down in Whisper
  • A Haunting Whisper
  • A Haunting Attraction
  • Secrets Not Whispers
  • Only Human

Whisper Omnibus edition

  • The Whisper Series Begins
  • The Whisper Series Continues

Teenage Fairy Godmother Series

  • One Bad Wish
  • Sun Spot Magic

Ash Jericho Mysteries

  • An Inheritance to Die For
  • A Discovery to Die For
  • A Distraction to Die For

The Frost Witch Saga

  • October Snow
  • November Frost
  • December Storm

Appalachian Souls Series

  • Souls Lost
  • Souls Broken

Familiar Cafe Series

  • Unfamiliar Magic
  • Unfair Magic

The Haunted Hotel Series

  • The Ghost in My Hotel

The Jewel Midlife Magic Series

  • Bones of Connection
  • Dragons of Protection
  • Heart of Resurrection

Afternoon Gothics Series

  • Ghosts from the Past
  • Unnatural Secrets
  • Shadows of Solstice

Other Novels

  • The Haunting of Steely Woods

Collections:

  • The Darklight Detectives
  • Holiday Hearts

Short Fiction:  Whisper

  • “Ghost Case” (previously published as “A Day without Rain”)
  • “Christmas Whispers”
  • “Radioactive Magic”

Short Fiction

  • “Pride in Exile”
  • “Scope of Practice” A Cecelia Song Short Mystery
  • “The Burning”
  • “Familiar Trouble”
  • “Rescued from the Rain” (with her cat, Gemini)
  • “Dead Surprise”
  • “The Spyglass”
  • “Granny Justice”
  • “Man in Shades Of Beige”
  • “Poison Paw”
  • “What’s Left of Me”
  • “Cecelia’s Gift” A Cecelia Song Short Mystery
  • “Dark Moon Ceremony”
  • “How I Became a Fairy Godmother” (A Teenage Fairy Godmother short story)
  • “Power Outage”
  • “The Watch Collar”
  • “A More Ancient Killer”
  • “Second Chance Dinner”

Fiction and articles in Anthologies and Magazines

  • “Gemini: Rescued from the Rain” in Rescued
  • “What’s Left of Me” in Fiction River: Last Stand
  • “Power Outage” in Fiction River: Feel the Fear
  • “How I Became a Fairy Godmother” in Fiction River: Wishes
  • “The Tomb of Arisel” in Fiction River: Pulse Pounders: Countdown
  • “A Crafty Affair” in WMG’s Holiday Spectacular.
  • “When Sea Dragons Fly” in Swords and Sorcery Magazine
  • “A More Ancient Killer” in Nightly Bites Vol. 3
  • “Second Chance Dinner” in Year of the Cat: Cat of Romantic Soul
  • “The Man Who Married His Wife’s Thigh” in Pulphouse #13
  • “Surviving” in Wandering Monsters: Boundary Shock Quarterly #16
  • “…Gardening” in Crime And (Blaze Ward Presents Book 5)
  • “A Dragon for Christmas” in Christmas Whimsy
  • “An Obsession of Peaches” in Eat, Drink, and Be Wary
  • “The Fairy Chase” in Crones
  • “Francesca and the Sentient Peaches from Outer Space” in Pulphouse #23
  • “Santa by Any Other Name” in WMG’s Holiday Spectacular 2023
  • “Murder for Valentine’s Day” in A Gathering of Stories: Valentine’s Day 2024

Non-fiction as Bonnie Elizabeth

  • Moving with Cats

Bundles

  • “Familiar Trouble” in Witches Brew Bundle
  • “Christmas Whispers” in Very Merry Christmas Bundle
  • “Ghost Case” in Fantasy in the City Bundle
  • “Radioactive Magic” in Beneath the Waves Bundle
  • “Man in Shades of Beige” in Crimes, Capers and Rule Breakers Bundle
  • Whisper Bound in Watching the Detectives Bundle
  • “Familiar Trouble” in On Hallow’s Eve Bundle
  • “Christmas Whispers” in Christmas Tales Bundle
  • “Cecelia’s Gift” in The Very Mysterious Christmas Bundle
  • “Poison Paw” in the Fantastic Feline Heroes Bundle
  • “Familiar Trouble” in the Halloween Bundle
  • “Familiar Trouble” in Cat Tales #2 Bundle (part of the Cat Tales series of Bundles)

Reviews and Recommendations in:

Tangent Online reviewed “Power Outage”

Tangent Online reviewed “How I Became a Fairy Godmother”

Tangent Online reviewed “Tomb of Arisel”

AstroGuys reviewed Fiction River:Wishes and mentioned “How I Became a Fairy Godmother” in particular

Tangent Online’s Recommended Reading –“Tomb of Arisel”, no stars, “How I became of Fairy Godmother”, 1 star

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