Q+A w/ an Author You Need to Know
Welcome to installment, #3 with Author of The Colored Line and Co-Founder of Big Black Chapters, Tiffany Richardson.
A lover of words and books of all genres, Richardson is sure writing is her calling. Not only is she a passionate student of the craft, her desire to teach the art and help others attain their goals in the craft is showcased best in her work with Big Black Chapters.
Q: WHEN AND WHERE WERE YOU BORN?
A: April in Houston, Texas!
Q: WHO ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE WRITERS?
A: Zora Neale Hurston, Dean Koontz, William Shakespeare & Saul Williams.
Q: DO YOU KNOW THE STORY OF HOW YOU WERE NAMED?
A: My mother always loved the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s!!! Audrey Hepburn...enough said! Lol!
(Vonna Interjection: I LOVE Audrey Hepburn, too!)
Q: What is the first book that made you cry?
A: Bridge to Terabithia messed up my whole world. I had never read a book like that before in my young age, and I was an avid reader.
Q: How long have you been writing? A: I have been writing for over 15 years. I write poetry, song lyrics, and fiction. My poetry has been published in a few magazines, but this book is my first big undertaking.
Q: How many books have you written? Which is your favorite? A: I’ve written five to completion - only one is published as of now. “The Colored Line” has always had my heart and soul.