Tiffany has been reading for as long as she can remember. Her earliest memories date back to the early ‘80s when she enjoyed a read per night – particularly Leo the Lop and Muffin Dragon from the popular Serendipity series by Stephen Cosgrove. As she grew older, Tiffany’s passion for reading continued to grow, and she read Charlotte’s Web repeatedly. Eventually, she graduated to the Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, and Bobbsey Twins books which lead her to her favorite genre today – mystery.
While most women share an addiction to buying shoes or handbags, Tiffany’s addiction is buying books. She loves the bargain rack at the local bookstore, and her reading pile has now toppled over and is spread out along her office floor.
After working a decade in corporate America as an executive assistant, Tiffany is now writing her first fiction manuscript inspired by growing up in West Texas. Her story is centered on the world of high school football with a twist – murder. She’s taking her writing to the next level and launched a blog where she discusses her Ooo Factors, particularly television. She’s a member of several writing groups including the Warrior Writer Boot Camp, Row80, HP’s Writing Group, and the Young Adult Sisterhood.