Bea Fitzgerald is an author and content creator. She has worked in publishing for a number of years and has a degree in English Literature from the University of Reading, where she also studied several classes in Ancient History. Bea is passionate about stories and fascinated by the way they endure and resonate through centuries and generations. When she's not writing, she's entertaining her followers on TikTok and Instagram with her mythology-themed comedy account @chaosonolympus. Girl, Goddess, Queen is her debut novel.
Funny, fierce and feminist; this is a refreshing romp through Greek
mythology. Bea Fitzgerald draws on her extensive knowledge to
create this imaginative retelling, turning everything we think we
know about Persephone and Hades upside down and recasting them as
the stars of this unexpected, meticulously researched, empowering
*Jennifer Saint, Sunday Times bestselling author of Ariadne*
Girl, Goddess, Queen is simply divine. Bea has woven a classic myth with an electrifying romance and a witty, fiercely modern twist. Beautifully written, utterly glorious, and fabulously powerful, this is a definite must-read that should be at the top of everyone's TBR pile!
*Beth Reekles, bestselling author of The Kissing Booth*
A captivating debut! Girl, Goddess, Queen is an incredibly fun and wonderfully crafted reimagining of a beloved myth - bringing to life timeless gods, the complex intimacy of family bonds, a fierce protagonist, and a passionate slow-burn romance.
*Sue Lynn Tan, Sunday Times bestselling author of Daughter of the Moon Goddess.*
Girl Goddess Queen is a richly woven, gloriously funny and deeply swoony exploration of the Hades & Persephone myth, and I'm so excited for everyone to discover the marvellous talent that is Bea Fitzgerald.
*Lizzie Huxley-Jones, author of Make You Mine This Christmas*
A fresh feminist take on a classic myth, Girl, Goddess, Queen is ripe with yearning, humour and wit.
*Rosie Talbot, author of Sixteen Souls*
A clever and fresh feminist retelling that pulses with beauty and life.
*Anna Waterworth, author of The Girl Who Grew Wings*
What a triumph of a debut! This fierce and funny feminist take on a classic story weaves seamlessly from rage to romance and is an absolute joy!
A totally addictive read. This is such a witty, sparkling retelling, I absolutely loved it.