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Sophia K. Brinton

My Books


The Well of Wishes

The queen of a snowy kingdom wants Ria and her sister dead.
The sisters are sick of hiding.
They enter the elite theater competition, gambling their lives for a chance at a future.

Image by Josipa Juras

A Song Like The Wind

In East Caisluish, Pickpocket Etana hides a secret: She can hear the Song, a deadly magic that got her parents killed. Caught stealing, she’s given a choice: life in the dungeon, or study her magic with the very people who killed her parents.

Etana meets with the Magic Eaters, a secret society tasked with controlling the Song. Despite herself, Etana begins to see beauty in the power she’s always dreaded—until she discovers a darkness among them. The Magic Eaters aren’t telling her the whole truth, and it might be too late to get out.

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What They Stole

A mother who must rescue her stolen kids.
An heir who doesn't want his kingdom.
And a scientist who will do whatever it takes to get the answers she needs.

Rocky Island

Works In Progress

​Water Cursed Eyes, YA Fantasy, pitched as Point Break but with musicians

Meet Me At Pizzetta, Contemporary adult fiction/romance, set in San Francisco, CA​


Long-listed for a 2023 unpublished novel award - anonymous until the winner is announced

Finalist in the 2022 Killer Nashville Claymore Award for Best Sci-Fi / Fantasy


2nd place in the 2022 CritiqueMatch FictionFive contest for Science Fiction and Fantasy

2nd place in the 2020 Romance Writer's of America’s On the Far Side contest

About Me

I've loved reading and writing since I was a child. At age nine I wrote a short story collection titled, "My Book of Gory Deaths" by "the 2nd Agatha Christie." Such a humble kid.

As an adult, the stories I write include siblings and found-family, with themes of self-acceptance, forgiveness, and bravery in the face of terrible odds. The hard things.

When I'm not writing or working, I spend time with my partner and two small kids, read endless books, play old-time banjo, bake bread, and get punched in the head (box). 


My pronouns are she/her, and they/them are fine too. I am actively looking for representation.


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