Healing is a power that fifteen-year-old, Brenna Finlayson, has fought long and hard to subdue. When a harebrained idea suddenly occurs to her, she risks losing everything by revealing herself to the one person she fears losing the most. Brenna’s spontaneous unveiling brings about the revealing of other truths. She, and her twin sister, Keely, have destinies to fulfill. Destinies that require them to fight. Maybe even kill. As an innate healer, violence is the last thing Brenna wants. In an attempt to live a normal, peaceful life, Brenna rejects her heritage, choosing a different path. But the path she chooses doesn’t bring her the normalcy she was hoping for. Not even close. For more information about the book or to purchase click here.
To learn more about Tiffany and her passion for writing, read the author's interview below.
How long have you been writing?
I've been writing since I was a pre-teen, but back then it was poetry. It wasn't until 2016 that I decided to write novel-length stories.
What is your most recent literary/artistic project? The last story I completed was Whispering Winds: Unveiled. I'm currently working on book two, Whispering Winds: Ascendance.
This series starts out with fifteen-year-old Brenna Finlayson, a girl that has the power to heal. She and her twin sister, Keely, are anything but identical, in looks and personality. When it's revealed to the girls that they have a destiny to fulfill, protecting the balance between good and evil, they take it in very different ways.
Whispering Winds: Unveiled shows how sisters can be family, but not always friends. It also gives us a look at what can happen when someone called on to be a hero doesn't want the responsibility. We all think we would want to be kick-butt superheroes, but would we really?
As for Whispering Winds: Ascendance... you'll have to wait and see ;-)
What inspires you to write? I'm a professional daydreamer. I love to read and I've always had stories of my own dancing around in my head. I have no idea what took me so long to start writing them down.
Who’s your favorite author and why? That's a tough one. I can't say that I have a favorite because my taste is so eclectic. I've read a lot of Dean Koontz, Anne Rice, Johanna Lindsay and J.R. Ward, just to name a few.
What advice can you give to other authors or writers? Seeing as how I'm not expert, I'm not one to give advice to fellow authors. All I can say is keep reading and writing and never give up.
Where can readers go to find out more information about your work?