Tamara Shiloh is writing and updating her children’s book series on African American inventors and scientists. The kid’s book series, Just Imagine…What If There Were No Black People in the World is about African American inventors, scientists and other notable Black people in history. Tamara Shiloh has also written a book about Kwanza, Juneteenth and a short list of African American Firsts. She also does speaking engagements on the importance of teaching Black History year-round.
Tamara Shiloh’s other writing experiences include: Owner/Editor-in-Chief of Desert Diamonds Magazine, highlighting the accomplishments of minority women in Nevada; assisting with the creation, design and writing of a Los Angeles-based, herbal magazine entitled Herbal Essence; editorial contribution to Homes of Color; Editor-in-Chief of Black Insight Magazine, the first digital, interactive magazine for African Americans; profile creations for sports figures on the now defunct PublicFigure.com; newsletters for various businesses and organizations; and her own Las Vegas community newsletter, Tween Time News, a monthly publication highlighting music entertainment in the various venues of Las Vegas.
She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Bay Area Independent Book Publishers Association (BAIPA), Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Point Richmond Business Association, National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), Bay Area Consultants Network (BACN), Redwood Writers Club, Independent Book Publishers Association (IPBA) and California Writers Club-Berkeley & Marin.
Tamara Shiloh, a native of Northern California, has two adult children, one grandson and four great-grand sons. She resides in Point Richmond, CA with her husband, Ernest.
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