Tiffany's Editing Cafe
  • 49, Female
  • chicago
  • United States
  • I edit resumes, magazine articles,…
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Why do you want to join Black Business Women Online?
What's Your Business?
I edit resumes, magazine articles, books, research papers, essays, etc. I am excited to meet your editing needs!
How did you find BBWO?
About Me:
I am a single mother of an eight year old daughter named Jada, a Lead Teacher in a Pre-K classroom filled with 3 to 5 year olds....In addition, I also attend University of Illinois at Chicago's Master's and Teacher's Certification program in Early Childhood Education. My daughter is an only child but we will be a foster family hopefully by the fall.
In my spare time I offer editing services to those who need a resume created or update...I serve college students who may be in need of assistance with organizing their essays, research papers, etc...I am available to edit magazine articles....For my authors, I edit books!!
My goal for 2008 is to write children's books with Daddy(hood) as the theme. My stories will speak on the relationships between today's Dad and his child(ren), whether he lives at home or not...My plan is to write my first 2 books by the end of January...
Publishers, I need you!!!!
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What are your most common online activities?
purchasing services or products, preferably from Black owners

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At 2:19am on November 9, 2009, Brittany Earls said…
Can we feature you and your book in our magazine? Genesis Magazine is composing a feature article, "Between the Lines” that features new authors. This will include a picture of the author, picture of the book cover, brief article about the author and theme of the book and website etc. Please let me know if you want to be featured email me at! View our current issue here:
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At 1:38am on February 21, 2009, Andrea said…
Hi - I am hosting my book release party

Location: Upper Marlboro Public Library
14730 Main Street
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 US

When: Saturday, March 7, 2:00PM

This is the official release of Black Butterfly written by Andrea N. Harrison.

The House of Simply D is pleased to invite you to the book release and interactive discussion held at the Upper Marlboro Public Library at 2.p.m on March 7th, 2009.

We would love you and all friends to join us for this occasion. There will be a short reading and tons of information about the author, the book and connected projects such as the Jacqueline Harrison Memorial Scholarship Fund.

All children, adults - people who love to read and those interested in supporting new authors are encouraged to attend.

For more information, please check out:

Advance copies of Black Butterfly are available and can be recieved at the release party. Contact to ger your copy.
At 11:27pm on November 18, 2008, Katrina said…
Hello, can you tell me your rates for publishing a 3000 word book?
At 11:30am on November 6, 2008, Natalie said…
Hello! Just Dropping By!

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At 11:46am on November 4, 2008, Charessa Maiden-McNeal said…
Hi Tiffany. I was looking at your page and I noticed you are in a Masters Education and Certification program. I am a lead teacher with CPS. I also niticed the light you have under your picture. I am a memeber of OES also. It is nice meeting you. Let me know if you need any assistance in your education program.

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