While residing in Michigan with her cats Xena and Mystic, and her dogs Dana and Gracie, Tiffany pursued an education and a career in Criminal Justice and currently holds a Master’s degree in the field.  She is also presently studying for her Ph.D.

Tiffany’s first publication was a poem she had wrote for a college literary magazine in 1999, and her writing took off from there.  In 2002 she received the “Editor’s Choice Award” from the International Library of Poetry for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry, and in 2012 received an “International Who’s Who in Poetry Award.”

Her first book, “The Haunting at Thorton Mansion,” actually took seven years to be published from the date she finished writing; due to attempting to find the perfect publisher.  Now, she cannot be stopped.  Tiffany has many more stories to tell and cannot wait to share them all with her readers.

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Poetry Publications
  • Only A Dream 1999 printed in Serendipity-a collection of student writing from Bay de Noc Community College-Michigan;
  • A Little Time 2000 printed in Serendipity;
  • The Secret Door 2003 printed in Theatre Of The Mind by Noble House Publishers-London, Paris, and New York;
  • Goodbye 2004 printed in The Best Poems And Poets Of 2003 by the International Library of Poetry-Maryland;
  • A Little Time c. 2005 reprinted in The Layers Of Our Lives by the International Library of Poetry.
  • My Love for You (How Big is it?) 2012 printed in the International Who’s Who in Poetry by the International Who’s Who in Poetry-California


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