Tabitha Bird grew up in a garden in a bayside suburb of Queensland, Australia, where she hid and told stories to ferns and weeds alike. Story gave her something to hope in and a way to escape the traumas of my childhood. Eventually, she did unexpected things like get older and teach primary school. There she read stories to children like their lives depended on it. To this day she is quite sure that lives do depend on stories and stories on lives.
The first whisperings of her first novel were from that forgotten child she once was. Tabitha found writing in a very dark place. Stories were her reconnection. The hint or a trail back to who she was.
Today Tabitha is happily writing her next book from a small rural township in Australia. Her hope is that through her words she might be blessed enough to champion others into wild acts of bravery and self-love. Tabitha's Chihuahua, husband, three sons and the fact that a book can be born out of the ashes of her past are all the reasons she needs to believe in magic.
A LIFETIME OF IMPOSSIBLE DAYS is her first novel.
It is also the August 2019 Australian Women's Weekly GREAT READ.
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