Today’s Guest Feature is Tiffany Warren.

What do you want to do different in 2013 that you didn’t do in 2012?
I want to have more FUN writing in 2013. Getting back to basics and writing what I feel inspired to write.

What song would you use as the soundtrack of your life and why?
Blessed by Fred Hammond, because God continues to open doors and cover my family. Even the “failures” are blessings, because they teach me the character of God. His strength is made perfect in our weakness.

What television show best describes your life and why?
Saturday Night Live, because it’s straight up comedy in my house. I love to laugh and so does my family.

What character in your new book could you most relate to?
Hmmmm…I guess it would be Pam, because she is a writer and I understand the frustration that comes with trying to launch that particular dream.

Tell readers about your latest release.
Don’t Tell a Soul is the sequel to my very first book What a Sista Should Do and it catches up with the ladies eight years later! They’ve got a whole new set of drama, including a new character that’s really going to mix things up. I like to deal with tough issues like infidelity, celibacy, forgiveness, etc. because I feel I can wrap those lessons in a story that the readers will love. At least I hope so :)

What can readers expect from you next?
I’m about to turn in my 2014 release The Replacement Wife , and then who knows? To infinity and beyond I guess!

To contact Tiffany:

Email: tiffany@tiffanylwarren.com
Website: www.tiffanylwarren.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/tiffanylwarren
Twitter: www.twitter.com/tiffanylwarren

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