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Tiffany Christina Lewis

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in Berkeley, The United States
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James Patterson, Tess Gerritsen, Stephen King, Walter Mosley

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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 I
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Tiffany Christina Lewis In order to deal with writers block, I usually watch movies. Action and Horror movies really get my mojo up. As an author, dialogue in a movie is your…moreIn order to deal with writers block, I usually watch movies. Action and Horror movies really get my mojo up. As an author, dialogue in a movie is your best friend. You can tell if dialogue in a movie is good or bad, right away, and you can relate that to your work. Learn from a films mistakes.

The imagery of film also helps me describe things in my writing, it's kind of like using a Google image search to see something and then describe it, except it's a moving thing when you watch film. It helps me tons.

Lastly, I know when I'm blocked and I don't force it. I have so many things I could do in the realm of my authorship. If you can't write, edit, if you can't edit, outline, daydream, read, go outside, see friends, play with the dog. It'll pass and it's not a big deal.(less)
Tiffany Christina Lewis READ! Reading outside of your genre is so important. If you write Crime Fiction, yes, read that so you can understand your people, however, there are…moreREAD! Reading outside of your genre is so important. If you write Crime Fiction, yes, read that so you can understand your people, however, there are some fantastic authors in EVERY genre, so branch out. If you would watch the movie, you can read the book.

Second, write every single day, or do something related to writing like outlining or researching. It is so important to keep at the craft. Even if you get down 10 words, 5 words, edit one page, it is work done. Keep at it.(less)
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If you believe writing should ONLY be about passion and authors shouldn’t care about making money… this post is not for you. Let’s agree to disagree. I am an advocate for authors getting paid for their work. Period. Why? Have you written a story before?? It’s maddening. Especially for people like me who have anxiety […]
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“If you have never been hated by your child, you have never been a parent.”
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“Biology gives you a brain. Life turns it into a mind.”
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“The future is now. It's time to grow up and be strong. Tomorrow may well be too late.”
Neil LaBute, Reasons to Be Pretty

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“There is a sacredness in tears....They are the messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition and of unspeakable love.”
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“If you work really hard, and you're kind, amazing things will happen.”
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“Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.”
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