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tiffanyelleburgess Tiffany Elle Burgess

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Tiffany Elle Burgess has been writing short stories, children’s stories, and poetry since she was 6 years old. Writing has always been her passion and she hopes to inspire others with her words. Ms. Burgess earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Hampton University in 2001 and a Master of Public Health degree from Emory University in 2002. In August 2016, Ms. Burgess released her first children's book, "Skin Like Mine". "Skin Like Mine" was well received and featured in the February 2017 issue of Essence magazine. It can also be found on essence.com under "The Compact: 5 Bits of Beauty We're Obsessed With This Month" for January 2017. In 2017, Ms. Burgess became a Huffington Contributor. Her previous articles can be found here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/tiffany-elle-burgess. In June 2019, Ms. Burgess released her second children's book, "The Adventures of Junior and Baby Brother: Spencer's Special Gift". In addition to writing children's books and contributing to online publications, Ms. Burgess is a screenwriter. She and fellow Hampton University alums, Jack Manning, III and Lawrence "LAW" Watford, formed Tyler Street Films. Their first short film, Flipped, was completed in March 2018 (www.flippedindiefilm.com) and has been screened at the Newark International Film Festival, Indie Film Festival Night in Los Angeles, and The New York City Independent Film Festival. For more information about Tiffany Elle Burgess please visit www.tiffanyelleburgess.com. Follow her on Twitter @skinlikemine, and Instagram @misstiffanyelle and @flipped_indie_film! And don't forget to check out her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/skinlikeminechildrensbook!


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