Tina Konstant - books and other things

Books That Grow Businesses.
Waffle-Free Storytelling.
Port Harker.
& Other Stuff & Nonsense!

Welcome to my World!

This is the official home of Waffle-Free Storytelling, Port Harker (writing as Obediah Keane), books that grow businesses, and everything else I’m working on. Put your feet up and click around to your heart’s content.

Every Saturday, at least one of the shows will have a new Waffle-Free story. Maybe both if the week has been mellow 🙂

To get these stories (and new Port Harker content) delivered to your digital doorstep, click the button below and join the fireside.

See you inside…
Tina

P.S. All books and stories are 100% AI-free!

The Port Harker Series


The Lives and Deaths of Harry Blunt | Port Harker 1 | Tina Konstant
Amazon Reviews for Port Harker

The Waffle-Free Books


Waffle-Free Story Collections by Tina Konstant

The Waffle-Free Podcast


Waffle-Free Storytelling by Tina Konstant - Stories for all ages (mostly)

Search the site here. The results can be a little random…it’s a bit like a lucky dip 🙂 Just type in a word, and see what comes up. Enjoy.

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“Fiction is a lie that tells us truths over and over.”

~ Neil Gaiman

Works in Progress…

Books happen because writing happens every day.

My best writing time is as soon as I wake. I head downstairs, brew an unnecessarily large cup of coffee, light a candle or two in my conservatory (because why not), and write for two hours.

The books you find on this site are the result. Visit the different pages for the scrapbooks that go along with each series. It’s kinda the background stuff.

From me to you, enjoy.

Garabaldi Collection | Waffle-Free Stories told and written by Tina Konstant
Due 2025
From The Beginning: The Fireside Approach (how to write and publish your personal or family story) by Tina Konstant
Due 2024

“We are, as a species, addicted to story. Even when the body goes to sleep, the mind stays up all night, telling itself stories.”

~ Jonathan Gottschall, The Storytelling Animal