Deleted Excerpts from #ALLEGEDLY!  

Friday, March 31, 2017

The excerpts in #ALLEGEDLY are by far my favorite parts of the book! They really helped create an unusual reading experience. But in order to keep the book at a respectable length, considering I’m a long-winded writer, some of the excerpts had to be cut. Here are a few that hit the chopping block:   Excerpt from Jet Magazine, “A Child Behind Bars” Imagine you are nine-year-old and your head…

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RIP My Beloved iphone 6

Friday, March 3, 2017

Last week my phone began spiraling. See, I’m not one of those people who runs out to buy the latest and greatest gadget. When something works, I hold on to it. I’ve had my phone since 2014, and while some folks think that’s not a long time, but when it comes to Apple products, iphones age in dog years. I noticed it’s unresponsiveness to touch, the way it felt like…

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I Like My Life (Despite Missing My Heart) 

Friday, February 3, 2017

First off, BIG CONGRATS to our 2016 Deb Abby Fabiaschi!! I’ll admit, this was a hard read for me. Because it forced me to face feelings I had hidden for a while. Some novels can be triggering, but in the best ways! As you’ve noticed, this week is all sunshine and rainbows talking about painful life moments and the lessons we’ve learned. I don’t particularly like talking about my Grandmother’s death, which…

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How do you feel Tiffany?

Friday, January 27, 2017

Well, after five LONG years, Allegedly is now out in stores. It’s official. I’m an author. It’s the type of title that takes my breath away when I realize it’s true. I really wrote a thing. My baby. As of late, the first question out of everyone’s mouth once they see me is, “How do you feel, Tiffany?” I feel… 1) Exhausted. I practically killed myself to get to this…

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Trust the Process

Friday, December 2, 2016

A few weeks ago I saw this video pop up on my facebook timeline titled “The Fastest Cashier in the World”, aka making fun of an Indian woman’s slow speed. One commenter said, “This is just like the publishing industry.” Noticie how mind-blowingly slow she moves, enough to pull your hair out. I could imagine publishers moving just as slow when it comes to my book. Turns out this woman…

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