Kristoffer Wolff writes action and adventure stories featuring superheroines and damsels in distress (mostly the bondage variety of distress). He runs a site called “Tied Up Babes” from which a lot of his stories first appeared in short story format before they were expanded and rewritten.
In his personal life, Kristoffer is a married man living in the Midwestern United States. He believes pie will always be superior to cake, flavored coffee is the root of everything wrong in the world, and "Predator" is the greatest movie ever made.
He is currently working on an adventure series about a small-town martial arts instructor who gets into a lot more trouble than she really should. Stay tuned to his blog for updates.
When did you first start writing?
I started writing stories as far back as the first grade. Sure, those were simple, whimsical stories entirely influenced by Saturday morning cartoons, but it set the stage for future endeavors.
In high school, I started working on a fantasy novel, but that ended up reading entirely too much like an RPG-influence dungeon crawl with few surprises.
During my college years, I spent a lot of time studying the comic book industry with the hopes of writing an ongoing series at some point. However, the nature of that industry at the time made it difficult for newcomers with no industry contacts to even get their scripts looked at, much less accepted.
Early adulthood left little time for creative endeavors. Ideas danced around in my head, but nothing ever got written down properly.
I suppose my recent interest and motivation could be considered part of my "mid-life crisis", but this seems a lot more healthy than a sports car and twenty year-old mistress.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I'm writing primarily "damsel in distress" fiction at this point, which is something that has always piqued my interest. These are heavily influenced by similar scenes in the cartoons and movies of my youth along with the videos produced by studios such as Harmony Concepts back in the late 1990s and early 2000s.