After graduating from the University of Iowa in 1996 with majors in Journalism and Russian, Tiffany studied in St. Petersburg, Russia before earning a Juris Doctorate from the University of Minnesota Law School. Working as a litigator for 15 years, Tiffany left the practice of law in 2015 to pursue her dream of becoming a professional writer. She wrote as much as she could about topics that challenged her skills and pushed her limits, jumping at the opportunity to dive into controversial topics and those that required an in-depth investigation into areas that provided her the opportunity to learn, as well as educate. She was named Editor-in-Chief of an area lifestyle magazine and was a regular contributor to other publications, her compelling articles about forensics, medical marijuana, autism, lethal injection drugs and the opiate epidemic all featured in 435 Magazine. Tiffany's work has also appeared in NORTH Magazine, SimplyKC and M Magazine, and she was selected as a contributor to the Kansas City Moms Blog.

Good Will, Tiffany's second novel, will be released in January 2020 by Amphorae Publishing. Her first novel, Six Weeks in Petrograd, was published in 2013. Tiffany has regularly appeared on local morning shows to discuss parenting tips and life lessons, and enjoys any opportunity to speak to young people about writing their own stories in life. Now working in internal communications with three additional novel manuscripts in the works, Tiffany embraces the new and creative chaos that she has welcomed to her life, sharing it with her husband and two boys in their home near Kansas City.

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