Tiffany Hawk
Author of Love Me Anyway, writing coach

Tiffany Hawk is a travel writer who earned that role the hard way – as a flight attendant. She spent five years filling her passport while fighting fires at 37,000 feet, literally.

She’s still traveling and has written several hundred stories for publications that include The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Sunset, andNational Geographic Traveler.
Her short fiction and personal essays have appeared in such places as The Potomac Review, StoryQuarterly, and NPR’s “All Things Considered,” and her debut novel, Love Me Anyway, was recently published by St. Martin’s Press.

Tiffany and her pilot husband (the cliché is not lost on her) live wherever the Air Force sends them. Today, that’s Washington, DC. Visit her at tiffanyhawk.com.