Tracy Price-Thompson is a 2-Time AALBC.com Bestselling Author
Tracy Price-Thompson, a former Army 88N (Transportation) and 21B (Engineer Corp) is also a highly decorated Desert Storm veteran whose successful self-published novel, Black Coffee, was purchased as part of an unprecedented three-book deal by Random House imprint Villard/Strivers Row.
Ms. Price-Thompson's writing credits also include, Bensonhurst: Black and Then Blue published in Children of the Dream: Our Stories of Growing Up Black in America , (Simon and Schuster, 1999) and A Military Mom published in Fortitude (Red Rock Press, 2000 ).
A Brooklyn, New York native and retired Army Engineer Officer, Tracy is an Alpha Delta Mu honor society graduate from Rutgers University, as well as a Ralph Bunche graduate fellow who holds degrees in Business Administration and Social Work.
Tracy is one half of the creative editorial team, TnT Explosions , a collaborative effort dedicated to quality editorial services and contributing creative literary projects to the reading public. Under the canopy of TnT Explosions, she has recently co-created, contributed to, and edited an anthology of contemporary short stories entitled, Proverbs for the People.
Tracy lives in Hawaii with her wonderfully supportive husband and several of
their six bright, beautiful, incredible children, and she is currently at work
on her next novel.
Read the transcript of an on-line chat with Tracy Price-Thompson