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About Us

- Who are Twin Tales Publishing-

With the publishing industry drastically evolving in recent years, it became apparent that the line between traditionally published and self-published authors, was continuing to blur, with specific cross-overs appearing in places. The authors who eventually built the team at Twin Tales, found it an uphill battle to find the right tools all in the one place to bring their own books to life.

Twin Tales Publishing has taken the next step in the evolution, by offering authors a one-stop shop for all their publishing needs. Made up of both traditionally published and self-published authors, as well as narrators and specific service providers, we bring together a complete range of services for those seeking their own author journey.

Congratulations for finding your way to the ultimate author portal.


Abigail Linhardt is an award-winning, multi-genre author. Abi completed her Bachelor of Arts in creative writing in 2014 and her Master’s in Rhetoric and Writing in 2016. She has worked in local literary magazines, small presses, and as a professor of English for over four years. She has written everything from academic articles and memoirs to horror and romance. Her prime genre is fantasy with an emphasis on emotive and character-driven stories with a touch of darkness.

With twenty novels and dozens of short stories written for herself and ghostwriting clients, Abi loves the written word and has no intention of stopping. She is also a proud mother of two ferrets. Find out more here.


Brianna Toth (she/her) graduated first in her class from Penn State with a B.A. in English and a certificate in creative writing. She grew up reading a book a day and is an avid horror fan. When she’s not reading or writing, she enjoys watching DVD commentaries or traveling and learning about the world. She writes under the pen name Allison Ivy.


The Dragon and the Double-Edged Sword (as Allison Ivy)

“Superstition’s Role in Shaping Identity throughout History and the Film Adaptation of James McBride’s Miracle at St. Anna” in Critical Insights: James McBride edited by Mildred R. Mickle (as Brianna Toth). Visit here.


Dane Cobain is a published author, freelance writer and (occasional) poet and musician with a passion for language and learning. When he’s not working on his next release, he can be found reading and reviewing books while trying not to be distracted by Wikipedia.

His releases include No Rest for the Wicked (supernatural thriller), Eyes Like Lighthouses When the Boats Come Home (poetry) (literary fiction), Social Paranoia (non-fiction), Come On Up to the House (horror), Subject Verb Object (anthology), Driven (crime/detective), The Tower Hill Terror (crime/detective), Meat (horror), Scarlet Sins (short stories), The Lexicologist’s Handbook (non-fiction) and The Leipfold Files (crime/detective).

His short stories have also been anthologised in Local Haunts (ed. R. Saint Clare), We’re Not Home (ed. Cam Wolfe), Served Cold (ed. R. Saint Clare and Steve Donoghue) and Eccentric Circles (ed. Cynthia Brackett-Vincent). Visit his website


Larch Gallagher is a freelance graphic designer, specialising in book cover design. She really enjoys working with authors to help bring their ideas to life, and creating digital and illustrated designs. She began designing whilst working at a small publishing company, and has been working as a freelance designer for several years since, creating covers for books across a range of fiction and non-fiction genres. She also creates layouts for illustrated books, and illustrations for children's books. You can find her here.

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