Here you can find a complete list of all of my publications, from professional articles to self-published novels. This page is regularly updated with links to my latest publications.
Area of Effect Articles
Area of Effect is an online magazine featuring pop-culture articles written by Christians. I have been one of the Staff Writers since May 2017. All of my articles are available for free online reading, but hard copies of the magazine can be purchased here.
- “All Hela Breaks Loose: The Goddess of Death’s Obsession” (Thor: Ragnarok) – November 2017
- “Reading Grimm: Don’t Follow the (Blue) Light” – November 2017
- “6 Times Fandoms Respected Christianity” – October 2017
- “College Classes Taught by Your Heroes” – September 2017
- “Beren, Luthien, and Overcoming Prejudice” – August 2017
- “RWBY Chibi and Escaping into Fiction” – July 2017
- “Losing Your Self-Worth to a Suit” (Spider-Man: Homecoming) – July 2017
- “Why Severus Snape Would Make a Great Therapist” – July 2017
- “True Villainy in Once Upon a Time: Captain Hook VS. Rumpelstiltskin” – May 2017
These are my one-time articles that have been published in various journals and online magazines.
- “5 Best Student-Friendly Movie Theaters” – Imprint online magazine – Spring 2017
- “One World to Rule Them All: How J.R.R. Tolkien Used Original Intertext to Create Middle-Earth” – Young Scholars in Writing, Volume 13 – Spring 2016
Guest Blog Posts
These are blog articles I’ve had the privilege to contribute to other bloggers’ websites.
- “5 Important Tips Fiction Writers Can Learn from Screenwriting” – Go Teen Writers blog – May 2017
Wattpad is a social media-based website where writers can post their stories. Wattpad users can follow writers, read their stories for free, and leave votes and comments on the stories. You can find me by my username, authorcaitlineha, or just by searching “Caitlin Eha.” Did I mention you can read my Wattpad books for FREE?
Title: Dr. Flynn’s Shelter for Peculiar Animals (read here)
Genre: Middle Grade Contemporary Fantasy
Summary: I never asked to be different. Still, I guess a girl named “Althea” couldn’t expect to be totally normal. My parents never really helped matters either. It was their idea to go to Dr. Flynn’s Shelter for Peculiar Animals for my thirteenth birthday, instead of an ordinary dog shelter as I requested. That visit to Dr. Flynn’s brought my life to a whole new level of “different.” But I’m getting ahead of myself…My name is Althea Monroe, and the book you’re holding is my story. Hang on tight.
Title: The Beauty or the Beast? (read here)
Genre: Fantasy/Fairy Tale Retelling
Summary: He was a Beast that everyone feared. She was a Beauty that nobody saw. According to Belinda’s father, she is the image of her beautiful mother, the woman who died giving birth to her. But as Belinda reaches adulthood and never has even one suitor – in spite of the attention her sisters attract – she begins to wonder what’s wrong with her. Then her father runs afoul of a Beast in an isolated castle, and Belinda sacrifices her freedom to save her family. Can a cursed prince and an overlooked commoner find happily ever after?
Title: Home is Where the Collie Is (read here)
Genre: Nonfiction Memoir
Summary: I come from a family of dog lovers, but although we’ve owned dogs of various breeds, one breed in particular has stuck with us: the Rough Collie, affectionately known as the Lassie-dog. A lot of popular interest surrounds this iconic breed, but this book is the personal story of my family, our Collie dogs, and the unforgettable mark they made on our lives.