Tilda Is Visible: A novel about women, life and being seen by Jane Tara


Pitch-perfect.’ Kathy Lette
‘Fresh, funny, smart and warm.’ Rachael Johns
‘Delightfully original.’ Joanna Nell
‘Oh, my heart! What a story! I feel so seen.’ Josephine Moon
‘Clever, layered, funny.’ Vanessa McCausland
‘Genuinely empowering.’ Julietta Henderson
‘I’ve never felt so seen!’ Lisa Ireland
‘Inspirational.’ Cathrine Mahoney
‘I laughed myself silly.’ Belinda Alexandra
‘Fabulously feminist.’ Tess Woods
‘Witty, wise and empowering.’ Tricia Stringer
‘Relatable and inspiring.’ Mary-Lou Stephens

When Tilda Finch is diagnosed with invisibility, she’s not overly surprised – she’s felt invisible for years. She has a good life and a successful business selling inspirational quotes on merchandise. But she’s never really recovered from her divorce. Or, if she’s honest, her childhood. Tilda’s past has taken a toll and she’s lost sight of herself. Now, with the possibility of completely disappearing, she must face the trauma of her past and rewrite the way she perceives the world, and herself.
Entertaining, hilarious and poignant, Tilda Is Visible addresses the power of our thoughts and how childhood trauma shapes our adult experience.