Meet Author Miranda Oh

Author Interview with Miranda Oh

Q: When did you write your first book?

I started my writing journey back in 2015/2016 I was roughly 25 years old when I put “pen to paper per say”

Q: Which of your books was the easiest to write?

I can confidently say that the third book I wrote was the easiest to write. When I say easy, it wasn’t ‘easy’, but at that point I had a better understanding at how to formally write and construct a book, and also a better understanding at how the industry went. I think the more you do it, perhaps the easier it will become?!

Q: Tell us about your latest book.

The latest book I am proud and thrilled to share, as we embark on the final journey of Hadley our main character. In the first two books there is a lot of trauma and drama, and lots of hard life lessons. Just Breath Chin Up Tits Out is a journey through self-awareness, self-exploration and most importantly self-love. Of course in Chin Up Tits Out style – it’s served with a side fish of sarcasm and hilarious life experiences. 

Q: Do you have any future writing projects coming out soon?

I do, I am currently researching my next book series, Love My Lady Bits; which will be another three part series. I am interviewing 100 women from around the world who have been diagnosed with a condition called Endometriosis. A diagnosis I received around my 30th birthday. It will be a mix-mash of real life stories and characteristics of the women I’ve interviewed and who have so bravely shared their most raw, deep and dark moments about their journey with Endo. I want to ensure that anyone who loves lady bits, or has lady bits will enjoy this series, so continuing on in the Chin Up Tits Out style, Love My Lady Bits will be wild, fast paced, filled with drama, hilariousness and outrageous perspectives of life. 

Q: Describe your writing style using only three words.

Uplifting, sarcastic, hilarious 

Q: What is the difference between chick lit and women’s fiction?

In my opinion, chick lit has an opportunity to be more real with their readers, discussing real life deep taboo items, where women’s fiction could potentially be more structured, formal and old school. But hey…what do I know?!

Q: Where can readers find you and your work online?

You can find me on the socials, FB, IG and Twitter at Miranda Oh or #chinuptitsout 

Or you can find my work on amazon, or my website: or 

Lastly if you’re interested, I co-host a podcast called Quill & Ink – we air on Youtube, Soundcloud, Spotify, and all other major podcast platforms. 

I’m happy to connect, so reach on out, my door is open! 

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