Maia Sepp


Maia Sepp is an author of humorous contemporary and dystopian fiction. She left the tech sector to write about sock thievery, migraines, the future, and...the tech sector.

The Sock Wars is her debut novel. The first chapter of The Sock Wars was published as a short story/novel excerpt titled Irish Drinking Socks, and became a Kobo bestselling short story. The Sock Wars has been a top-100 digital bestseller on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and the iBookstore, as well as a genre and Writing Life bestseller on Kobo. It is available in print and ebook formats.

Maia's second novel is The Migraine Mafia, a story about a nerdy thirtysomething's quest to come to terms with a chronic illness. It is available online everywhere in print and ebook formats. It has been a genre bestseller on Kobo.

Her latest is a humorous near-future dystopian novella, titled, An Etiquette Guide to the End Times, available now! To be notified about new releases, please add yourself to Maia's mailing list:

Where to find Maia Sepp online


The Migraine Mafia
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 74,980. Language: English. Published: December 2, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
On paper, Viive McBroom lives the perfect life—if you ignore one little problem. But when she meets the Migraine Mafia, a quirky support group, she discovers that a room full of strangers just might be able to change the way she views her illness—and realizes that if she doesn’t learn to ask for help, her health isn’t the only thing she stands to lose.
The Sock Wars
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 80,000. Language: English. Published: January 1, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Workaholic Lucy Tuttle doesn't even own a hammer when her laid back environmentalist boyfriend convinces her to move into her aunt's brokendown house on the other side of town. The two of them embark on a quest to settle down, renovate her aunt's home, and start a family, but as it turns out, living happily ever after in a house that's about to be condemned isn't so easy after all.

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