Tiffany has been writing since her adolescence.
Her passion for writing took a backseat to a career in Education as well as her personal education. Tiffany was honored to have work published for the first time in May 2011. Since then her work has been featured in many books and online publications. From fiction to non-fiction, murder to relationships, Tiffany’s range as a writer is wide and deep. Crazy about killing, Tiffany’s favorite genre to write is Crime Fiction.
Tiffany writes for readers and wants their full input as she creates her work. “It is my job to satisfy readers. Everything they say about my work is invaluable. I use it to make myself and my writing better.”
Tiffany’s hobbies include reading, Just Dance, and watching hours of ID Channel shows.
“My style is a little Patterson and a little Stephen King. I love short chapters and grossing people out. There is lot’s of gore when I can and I try my damndest to give those vivid details that make you grimace!”Tiffany on Facebook @misspiinnkkii
Tiffany’s work has been well received. Below are some comments about her writings.
— “Where in the heck did Tiffany Christina Lewis learn to write like that? I randomly opened the book to her piece “Karma.” That was the first time I have read ur work. I was blown away. Sitting waiting on a client and only intended to read the first paragraph. The first couple of sentences grabbed and I sat there and read the entire thing. You have a sitting on the edge of ya seat waiting for what’s next style to your writing. I love that. I thought the piece was very well written and completely thought through.” Author Michael Charles Givens (regarding works in For This Cause Writers Unite).
— “After reading “A Slave to Her” I now realize that there are NO limits to your writing talent and ability. This story places the reader directly in the coffee shop desperately awaiting that “11:35 angel” with eagerness in Todd’s stead! You have captured my full attention and I look for more very soon. Bravo!” Katrina Gurl.
— “I love the pace of this story. Although the focus is on a short span of time each day, you are not left feeling the main character is obsessive. His feelings are real. He is into this woman without being over the top. Excellent balance! Keep ’em coming Tiffany!” Nike Ma.
— “Since I stumbled upon her blog, I have always been a big fan of the writings of Tiffany Lewis, Slave To Her did not disappoint. As I read it, I took this short story to a full length movie in my mind. Surely Gia and Todd will get together, they must. I am a slave to this story and I want more. An amazing write, by an amazing writer.” Elaine Newkirk.
— “Just read Puff and A Slave to Her in The Scarlet Sound. Wow. Visual, compelling, concise. Characters I can relate to. Nice.” Gretchen Russworm.