Tiffany A. Womble, a native of Baltimore City and published author of Liquid Dreams, breaks into the literary world with a poetic and sophisticated voice. Initially pursuing a career in Veterinary Medicine, Tiffany rediscovered her love for writing while taking a Creative Writing course at Temple University.
Creating Blue Denim Press, Inc. at the age of 21 to launch her first novel, Liquid Dreams, the author gives the reader an intriguing glimpse into the world of materialism, desperation, power, sex and other issues that prevail in hip-hop culture. Frustrated with the lack of realness and truth in literature, Tiffany meshes narrative with vivid first person to allow the reader to take a part of her as well as her characters with them.
In Liquid Dreams the girls, Nikola, Chanel, Chelsea and Vita, seek an effortless route to get money or in their words, “Make S… Liquid!” What begins as a journey to obtain an abundance of wealth winds into a road of unexpected turns that make them examine their self-worth, themselves and the different phases of love and belonging.
With racy chapter titles such as, Pussy Power, Caught Up, Foot Fetish and That Bitch, eventful characters who bring their baggage along for the ride leave these girls with more than they anticipated. Their “liquid dreams” quickly turn into “dry nightmares” as they watch them flow through their manicured fingertips.
Although the experiences of each girl are diverse in Liquid Dreams, their dialogue and tone intertwine frequently to create one story. She tends to observe the simple things in numerous people to create one unique character.
Never the one to conform to anyone’s ideals of success, Tiffany Womble’s visionary and futuristic vision is sure to change the face of self-publishing into a lucrative market. Her self-motivation and ambition through writing has allowed her to redefine herself and explore her humanitarian side. Tiffany’s ultimate goal is to spread the importance of literacy and encourage young writers to pursue their talents as tools for survival.
Tiffany has recently taken on the role as editor-in-chief for a new Atlanta-based magazine, entouch and is currently working on the Liquid Dreamer series, the extended version of each girl’s story. She hopes to stand out as a voice for the streets as well as address issues that affect the future through literature.