HELPLESS: A SHORT STORY COLLECTION IS AVAILABLE NOW!

First, I want to thank everyone who requested ARC copies of Helpless! Please take a moment today to post your review on Goodreads, Amazon and anywhere else you feel comfortable doing so! You have helped make this release the most successful of my career!

Thank you! Thank You! Thank You!

“Finally, a book dedicated to the craziness, determination, and spirit of grit that women possess.” Janae Bunn

Women are powerful and can be rational thinkers under pressure. They can also be devious and vengeful. A woman is not just a ball of emotions. Women can fight, they can protect, and they can win.

These eight stories of women kicking ass, standing tall, and refusing to be victims are Tiffany’s opposition to the tropes of true crime. With stories from five genres including Horror, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Romance, and Crime Fiction, you are sure to find a story you love.

“Tiffany Christina Lewis branches out with new stories that will have you at the edge of your seat and wanting more! Her writing now explores the realms of horror, science fiction and romance with short stories that will entrance her readers.” – Joseph S. Samaniego author of the Legends of the Carolyngian Age series

Content and Trigger Warnings available at http://tiffanychristinalewis.com/content-and-trigger-warnings/

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“Lewis has left me awestruck once again with this short story collection. Eight different stories consisting of various plots, genres, and characters, yet all have one thing in common: women are not helpless. In most crime fiction or thrillers, women are victims of circumstance and fall into that mindset readily. Lewis does a phenomenal job of showing women aren’t the victims in these stories. These women are strong and independent. Their personalities captivated me as a reader. They face problems head-on, sometimes staring death in the face. This collection reveals what happens when women are tested, whether it be with their lives or jobs. If you’re looking for something that breaks the standard pattern in which women are used as an emotional plot device only, then you need to read this.” – Goodreads Reviewer

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