Today the tour bus is headed over to Gloria Weber’s blog for an author interview. This post is from yesterday but I didn’t post then as the other host never did their post.
Originally published here
Hi, I’m Tiffany Shand from Essex, UK. I write urban fantasy and all things paranormal when I’m not being terrorised by my demon cats.
Demon cats? I think I need to get me some of those. I think they’d make good
henchmen pets. I wonder where you get those, though. As for you, Ms. Shand, why did you decide to pursue a life of crime writing?
I’ve been writing stories for as long as I can remember. After I left school due to health reasons writing really helped me learn to cope with that. After doing a creative writing course, I felt inspired to go ahead and publish my first novel.
I’m glad to hear it has helped you. Usually
crime writing just lands people in Arkham with the Joker Cthulhu. Of course if you have the right skills, you can escape. What crime writing skill is your best?
I think the strongest part of my writing is dialogue. I love seeing what my characters have to say.
The hardest part of writing for me is writing descriptions – that’s definitely something I struggle with.
Now, drink this and tell me what result we’re hoping for?
I’d love to be able to teleport, but the downside with that is I probably wouldn’t be able to go everywhere.
Yes, there’s usually some sort of range limit with that power. Here’s hoping, though!
Check back tomorrow to see where the bus is headed next!