Message from Tiffany T.J. Craig
Craiganmore Books, also known as Craiganmor-e-books, was started in late 2009 as a way to bring the creative writings of Tiffany T.J. Craig and Zoe A. Craig to the world. Since then, the company has grown to include not only Ebooks, but Articles, Stock Photos, Business Consultations and many other fine products and services.
Our motto has always been,
'Where the books are unexpected, clever, witty and fun-
Craiganmore Books, More than you ever expected!'
and we work hard every day to maintain that credo. We hope that you enjoyed our website and our wares. Be sure to visit again, and bring your friends!
Zoe A. Craig, middle name Ann, was born in Wooldridge, Missouri in November of 1958, to Veron and Eunice Webber. Although she was born on the kitchen table in her parents farmhouse, which in some societies portends good fortune, her birth was tempered by the umbilical cord being wrapped around her neck three times, causing her to be born blue, the nurse nicking her with the scissors when said cord was cut, and being held over a kerosene heater to warm up her poor body, causing her to inhale toxic fumes. Normally, with three strikes, you're out, but little Zoey was made of sterner stuff. She went on to live as an involuntary snowbird, traveling in the back-end of a brand new 1960 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon during the winter months, with her older brother by 1 year and 5 days by her side. Through no fault of her own, she had been in 36 states, Canada, and Mexico City by the time she was 14. Her parents finally settled in Douglas, Arizona, where she attended Kindergarten through 12th grade, graduating from Douglas High School in 1976, and attending Cochise Community College in 1977 and 1978, where she studied, and avidly I might add, archaeology, anthropology, geology, English, art, and creative writing. The delay in her education came with a fateful turn of her motorcycle wheel on loose gravel at the very entrance to the college she would be attending, but not graduating from, due to a proposal made by her soon-to-be first husband. This marriage produced her eldest daughter, who gave her a lovely grand-daughter many years later. Currently, Mrs. Craig lives in rural Howard County, Missouri, somewhere outside of Glasgow, with her third husband and their three children, Tiffany, Dillon and Kathrynn- not to mention the plethora of dogs and cats who seem extremely adept at wandering in and adopting her as their new chef... well, any port in a storm is better than none. Mrs. Craig claims to owe all her literary 'fame' to a young creative writing professor who taught on Fort Huachuca in the summer of 1977, and to her daughter/co-author, Tiffany T.J. Craig, who was determined to become a published author... even if she had to drag her mother along kicking and screaming all the way. Mrs. Craig asks only that you try to enjoy their addition to the literary world, and hopes that you will keep your eyes open for future publications, with the promise that they will not all be romance novels... will miracles never cease?
Tiffany T.J. Craig, middle name Tara-Jeanne, was born in Columbia, Missouri in May of 1987. Had this event occurred in Scotland, she would have come into this world during the festival of Beltain, which would have been considered lucky by her mother's Scottish ancestors, had they still been alive at the time. Her head, being rather overly large, caused her poor mother excruciating pain and resulted in 18 stitches, but this anomaly may be the reason behind her excellent communication skills, computer literacy, and her astounding imagination, without which she may never have become a published author. Miss Craig began writing at the early age of 12, while she was still in the 6th grade, and graduated in 2005 from Glasgow High School with two finished manuscripts and a large variety of short stories ready to be submitted for publication. Her tenacity knew no bounds, and after five long years, and a forced collaboration with her mother, she has finally become a published author, proving that the goal is the most important thing, while the steps taken to get there can be many and extremely varied. Miss Craig claims to owe her literary 'fame' to her own hard work, but would like to thank her family and friends for supporting her, believing in her, and for teaching her that anything is possible if you try hard enough.