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Tracy Price-Thompson

USA flag (b.1963)

Tracy Price-Thompson is the national bestselling author of thenovels, BLACK COFFEE, CHOCOLATE SANGRIA, A WOMAN'S WORTH andher latest title, KNOCKIN BOOTS.

Tracy is a highly decorated Desert Storm veteran who graduated from theArmy's Infantry Officer Candidate School after more than ten years as anenlisted soldier.

A Brooklyn, New York native who has traveled extensively and lived inamazing places around the world, Tracy is a retired Army Engineer officerand Ralph Bunche graduate Fellow who holds a bachelor's degree inBusiness Administration and a master's degree in Social Work.

Tracy is a firm believer in satisfying her muse, and takes pride in penningnovels that both challenge the range of her creativity, and embrace theexpanse of the human experience. A maverick at heart, Tracy feeds hermuse first and all others second, and writes whatever pleases her anddoesn't require anyone's permission to do so. She supports and applaudsemerging writers who are dipping their innovative spoons into creativewells, and mentors several new authors each year.

A dedicated wordsmith who diligently studies the art and craft of fictionwriting, Tracy is also the co-editor of the anthology Proverbs For ThePeople, and composes professional literary reviews based on establishedelements of writing for several print sources.

Tracy lives in Hawaii with her wonderfully supportive husband and severalof their six bright, beautiful, incredible children, and she is currently atwork on her next novel.

Genres: Urban Fiction
Anthologies edited
Proverbs For The People (2003) (with TaRessa Stovall)
My Blue Suede Shoes (2011) (with TaRessa Stovall)
Tracy Price-Thompson recommends
Momma's Baby, Daddy's Maybe (2003)
Jamise L Dames
"Sensual and intriguing! Dames weaves a tale full of swing and passion."
Chasing Sophea (2006)
Gabrielle Pina
"Poignant and gripping... a heartfelt portrayal of a family's shameful secrets and the power of unconditional love."

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