Tiffani Burnett-Velez

About me

Tiffani Burnett-Velez has been a successful freelance writer since 1996. Her nonfiction work has appeared in Country Discoveries, Catholic Planet, Canticle Magazine for Women, St. Anthony Messenger, Yahoo!News, The Times News, and many more online, and in print, magazines and newspapers. Her first novel, Budapest (LFP, 2007) was featured in the New York Book Festival and the 42nd Annual Conference of Jewish Librarians. She is currently polishing her latest historical fiction piece, a novella set in the Fall of Berlin, 1945. It will be released in 2014.

From my website

The Great Train Adventure Part I: How the Brilliant 10 Year Old and I Rode 7000 Miles in 7 Days From East to West and Back

Monument to WWII Vets30th Street StationPhiladelphia, PA It’s good for anyone born west of the great Mississippi to get back home, every now and then, to the wide open world of your birth. It makes the soul sing again in places where the cold Northeast has frozen it over. Recently,…

Go West with Bonnie Dodge on the Historical Novel Blog Tour Today!

  Author, Bonnie Dodge Hello, my dead readers. I know that I have not written much lately, but I’m winding down with the last couple stretches of The Historical Novel Blog Tour. I will return with some of my original work later this week. This week, the wonderful author, Bonnie…

A Return to the Caribbean with Eleanor Parker

This week, we return to the beautiful, tiny island of Puerto Rico with historical novelist Eleanor Parker. She is a frequent visitor on the Historical Novel Blog Tour, and I know you’ll just love her work. Her debut novel, A Decent Woman, comes out very soon! Check out her blog…

 
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