Meet Me

Tyler Wittkofsky is a multi-genre author, blogger, award-winning marketing and communications professional, and fierce mental health advocate from the southern coast of North Carolina. Tyler has been writing short stories for as long as he can remember. Growing up the grandson of an English teacher, Tyler had a constant fuel to his creative fire in his grandmother. 

He started writing poetry in 2012 to cope with his mental health struggles with anxiety, bipolar, and depression. Using poetry as an escape, he developed a unique style of poetry that has left readers saying, “Tyler’s voice is compassionate, even while suffering, and I felt the despair and loneliness seeping out through his words.” His first poetry collection, composed of poems written from 2012 to 2016, was published in March 2020.

He began his first novel in 2019. The novel, (Not) Alone, was a story based on true events surrounding the struggles of living with mental illness. Described by readers as “An Intimate Closure with Mental Illness,” this began Tyler’s revitalized passion for mental health. He decided that his writing would have a focus on mental health. 

His next novel, The Seeds of Love: Sunflower Kisses Book One, was his debut romance novel and debut series. Described as “a great job of relaying the realistic emotions of young love and emotional drama that is particularly difficult for young adults…”, his debut romance novel was met with much success.

Tyler currently lives in Leland, North Carolina with his wife, Grace, and dogs, Dutch and Belle.

What People Are Saying About His Writing

Penned in a easy to read format, I found it hard to tear myself away from this book. This author has hit a chord that I think so many of us have felt at one point in our life or another, and he has captured it perfectly with this collection.

M.E.A on “Coffee, Alcohol, and Heartbreak: A Poetry Collection”

I loved this story. I liked how the reader got a glimpse in each chapter of the important people in Henry’s life all supporting him through the onset of his mental illnesses. I love how the author gives vivid descriptions of places, sights and sounds in the story, I could imagine them as I read throughout the book.

Regina Ann Faith on “(Not) Alone”

The characters shine in this story, emotive, troubled, and realistic, they pull you in and lend a honest truth to the romance. The author has found the perfect pacing with down notes just when needed to help give the emotional depth the story requires.

Alexa Sommers on “The Seeds of Love (Sunflower Kisses Book 1)”