Interview and Cover Reveal

What’s this? Another blog post? Two in the same month?! How crazy is that! Really though, blog writing is tough. Maybe harder than book writing.

Anyway, we have some exciting stuff to share! If you follow us on Facebook, this won’t be anything new, but for those of you who don’t, we hope you’ll be just as ecstatic!

Isis Sousa, our amazing and talented cover artist, approached us about doing an interview with her on Goodreads. We were pretty hyped about this, and loved answering the questions she asked us. So if you’d like to take a look and see who exactly Tiffany Roberts is(besides what you already know) and how we work together, you can check it out here. Be sure to also check out Isis’s page as well!

The last thing we’d like to share with you is something we’ve been holding back for months. On our blog in the past, we’ve mentioned Dustwalker, a Sci-Fi/Post-Apocalyptic Romance we were working on earlier this year. As you know, we ended up taking a break from it to begin Make Me Hunger after receiving some very helpful advice. For months, it’s been sitting at around 107,600 words, unfinished. All we need to do is write the ending. and begin the editing process.

We don’t mean to tease you (well maybe we do, but you know you like it), because we don’t have any plans to return to Dustwalker until the Isle of the Forgotten series is finished early next year, BUT! we do have a tentative release schedule for our next three books. And, because we don’t want you going home (or staying home) completely empty-handed, we have a cover reveal for Dustwalker below! Wanna know how excited we were when Isis finished this cover?



Oh yeah. 

Even more so now that we’re able to share it with you!



Walk. Scavenge. Destroy. Trade. A simple cycle that’s suited Ronin for nearly two hundred years. With no clear grasp of his programming, the barren wasteland known as The Dust offers him purpose, a place where his armored undercasing, amped-up processors, and advanced optics can be put to use. The ramshackle towns on the edges of the waste serve merely as resupply stations between increasingly long treks. But one night — one human woman — makes him question everything.


Living by the strict rules bots have imposed in Cheyenne, Lara Brooks and her sister struggle to survive — until her sister is taken in by one of them. On her own for weeks, Lara fears the worst. Her only hope comes from Ronin, after she catches the synth watching her. He promises to provide for Lara and locate her sister. All she has to do is dance. But the more time she spends with Ronin, the harder it is to see him as just another bot.


It’s been really hard keeping this book to ourselves for as long as we have. It begged to be written, and we’re itching to get back to it. As mentioned, we have three books slated for release, and the plan is to have them all out within the next year. We’re not sure what will follow Dustwalker, but the below schedule should whet your appetite for Tiffany Roberts books for a while! Hopefully!

Book Release Schedule:

Make Me Hunger — October 2016
Make Me Yours — Spring 2017 (Hoping March/April!)
Dustwalker — Summer 2017


About Tiffany Roberts

Tiffany Roberts is the pseudonym for Tiffany and Robert Freund, a husband and wife writing duo. Tiffany was born and bred in Idaho, and Robert was a native of New York City before moving across the country to be with her. The two have always shared a passion for reading and writing, and it is their dream to combine their mighty powers to create the sorts of books they want to read. They live in southwestern Idaho with their three children, where they are now actively pursuing their dream.
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