Mitzi Szereto

Mitzi Szereto
OccupationAuthor, Editor, Short Story Writer, Web TV Entrepreneur, Lecturer, Public Speaker
GenresCrime Fiction, True Crime, Cozy Mystery, Gothic Fiction, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Parody, Satire, Erotic Fiction, Genre Fiction, Dark Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Horror, Humor, Southern Fiction, Apocalyptic and Post-apocalyptic fiction
Mitzi Szereto

Mitzi Szereto is a British author, blogger, and web TV entrepreneur. She has written novels and short stories, edited fiction and non-fiction anthologies, has her own blog of humorous personal essays "Errant Ramblings: Mitzi Szereto's Weblog", and is the creator/presenter of "Mitzi TV," a Web TV channel that covers the quirky side of London, England. Her published books to date have been in the areas of crime fiction, true crime, cozy mystery, Gothic fiction, horror, quirky fiction, apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction, paranormal romance, sci-fi/fantasy, erotic literature and erotic romance, parody and satire, Southern fiction, and fiction and non-fiction anthologies. She makes a cameo appearance portraying herself in the British mockumentary Lint the Movie.[citation needed]

Szereto also became known for teaching erotic writing workshops in the UK and continental Europe. She appears at book and literature festivals[1], and gives talks on such topics as social media, women's publishing[2], and erotic writing [3]. She has performed readings of her work in Europe and the United States and has lectured in creative writing at several universities in the United Kingdom[4]


Novels and novellas

Original anthologies

Solo short story collections

The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles series

Since 2012, Szereto has "co-authored" the cozy mystery/satire series with her "celebrity" teddy bear Teddy Tedaloo. The series follows the (mis)adventures of protagonist Thelonious T. Bear, a ppMini-Cooper[[ driving photojournalist bear from England who must co-exist in the human world. The novels are set in various locations around the world and feature a cast of quirky characters. The books include:


External links

Categories: English women writers | Pseudonymous writers | Pseudonymous women writers | Living people | British fantasy writers | 21st-century British novelists | Dark fantasy writers | British mystery writers | British erotica writers | British crime fiction writers | Non-fiction crime writers | British non-fiction crime writers | British humorists | Women mystery writers | British horror writers | British short story writers | Erotic horror writers | Women science fiction and fantasy writers | Women horror writers | Women humorists | Women erotica writers

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