Hey, I’m Tiffany. I’m 22. I work at Wal-mart fulltime as a sales associate and currently trying to finish rewriting my novel. With Covid-19 hanging in the air (literally), I find myself very busy at work and very lazy at home. So, I hope to find kindred spirits who read and write similar things as me and could help motivate me back into writing my story (by reading what I share, offering constructive feedback and vice versa!) so I can stop beating myself up.
I love writing stories that I can relate to or wish existed back when I was a teenager. I feel like there aren’t enough stories featuring main characters who are people of faith (Jewish, Christian, or Muslim) and it’s not just a background thing but it’s front and center. I grew up religious and am still religious and I just want to see more girls like me, girls who can save the world but will still say a prayer to God when she needs strength or is in doubt, etc…
*Studying the Bible
*Listening to music
*Occasionally video games
MY LOVES: urban fantasy (or just about most fantasy) stories with poc leads and found families or close siblingships. Best friends to lovers is always a yes, if it’s believable! Inspirational/religious reads (especially if it’s Jewish or Christian). Would read anything inspired by Jewish mythology.
Excessive language, descriptive sex scenes, disrespect of God/religion, etc…
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