White Cotton

Teffanie Thompson White played with pen in hand.  When pen was absent, she scratched words on ashen legs.  She either taught class or wrote books, which she still does.  Teffanie has worked as a tutor, home school mom, teacher and administrator to many aged students.  Years after attending Prairie View A & M University and Excelsior's she completed the Institute of Children's Literature and received a Master's degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University.  Teffanie has created several writings for children to include her thesis, middle grade novel, Dirt.  Her picture book manuscripts, Bug Talk and For Tents and Ribbons, have been adapted into onstage ballets.  Teffanie co-develops and  co-publishes pictureless books and AlphaTapp. She lives in Texas with her family.

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Teffanie Thompson grew up in Killeen, Texas where she spent many years playing with words on Gaynor Drive in Sugar Loaf. Today she lives in Midland, Texas, without her angelic oldest daughter and creative genius son. Teffanie resides with her farmer husband, Ginger puppy and brilliant youngest daughter, directing a public charter high school. A Master's graduate of Seton Hill University's acclaimed Writing Popular Fiction program Teffanie has written several  pictureless stories for children, teens, and ballerinas. When not writing, she enjoys working, hula hooping, road tripping, attending concerts and, yes, watching marathon reality television.