Michelle Tietz


I was born and raised in a small town in Iowa, for the most part I'm an all around country girl. I have a bachelor's degree in Forensic Science/BioChemistry and I only have my thesis left to complete in my master's degree in Forensic Science. I started writing my first book when I graduated high school, I was looking for someplace to escape to. What started out as somewhere to hide became a sort of hobby, something to fill up the extra spaces of time in my life. Writing isn't a career for me, it is just something I enjoy doing and I don't plan on stopping any time soon. I have recently finished writing a second book, which I would like to try and get published into an actual book instead of just a self published eBook. I'm not writing for the money, or the fame, I am writing for my own enjoyment and it only seems fair to share my work with the world. I'm not saying it's great work, because honestly I don't even think its that good. But regardless of what I think, I am willing to let others decide for themselves.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I started writing the summer after I graduated high school. I was looking for a place to hide from the craziness of my life at that time as well as a place to find myself.
What is your favorite book, and why?
My favorite book is An Angel for Emily by Jude Deveraux. I like the book because the story is beautiful and romantic, and when I read it I can feel what the characters feel. I have read it many times and each time I am excited for the ending and moved by the exciting and energized parts of the story.
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Where to find Michelle Tietz online


Too Good To Be True
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 73,710. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
Hayden is even more innocent than your typical good girl, but when she wakes up naked in a stranger’s bed she starts a journey that leads her into a whole new world. Will the twists and turns of this new path be too much for her to handle? This is certainly no fairytale, but is it too good to be true?

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