Welcome, fellow writers!


Hey, I’m Tiffany, novelist, editor, and writing mentor. I help aspiring writers go pro.

I love it when I help a client find what’s amazing about his or her story and develop the courage and the skill to confidently share it with the world!

I’ve been at this writing game for more than 15 years, so whatever hurdle you’re facing, there’s a good chance I’ve been there. Here’s a quick and dirty rundown of my own professional path:

I’m a former flight attendant with a BA from UCLA and an MFA from UC Riverside. My debut novel, Love Me Anyway, was published by St. Martin’s Press, and my stories have appeared in such places as The New York Times, StoryQuarterly, National Geographic Traveler, and on NPR’s “All Things Considered.” 

While you’re here, read my thoughts on writing, including FAQs, things I’ve learned in 15 years in the publishing industry, and things I’m still working on. I tackle topics like whether or not you should get an MFA, how to find the best literary agent for you, the top eight reasons I do not think you should self publish, and a few reasons why maybe you should.


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