Singer/Songwriter Tiffany Evans Shares Her Personal Story in New Book ‘Who Will Save The Little Girl’
SINGER’S NEXT ALBUM DUE FROM MUSIC WORLD ENTERTAINMENT/COLUMBIA RECORDS THIS SPRING
NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2011
/PRNewswire/ — Singer/Songwriter Tiffany Evans, 18, shares her
personal story in the new book, “Who Will Save The Little Girl.” Volume
5 in the series, “Saving Our Daughters,” from author Curtis J. Benjamin, takes on the escalating issue of bullying within the teen girl population.
The Music World
Entertainment/Columbia Records recording artist contributes her own
story of abuse and bullying in Act V titled “My Diary.” The book
provides riveting confessions from bullies and those whom have greatly
suffered from it. Intertwined are quotes and letters from influential
women and celebrities also sharing their story and lending some advice
for teen girls to relate to.
live their lives out of fear because they have been hurt, tainted or
made to feel by society that they don’t belong,” says Tiffany. “My hope
for any girl reading this book is that she will develop the strength
and courage to seek help and start the journey of healing.”
Other celebrities making contributions to “Who Will Save The Little Girl,” include world renown author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou, actresses Debbi Morgan and Malinda Williams and entertainer Janet Jackson.
“Who Will Save The Little Girl” will be available in bookstores February 2011. Watch for Tiffany Evans on The Mo’Nique Show in February on BET.
Tiffany Evans‘ next album, Perfect Imperfection, which includes the inspirational first single, “I’ll Be There,” is slated for release spring, 2011.
About Tiffany Evans
Tiffany Evans came to the attention of music fans in 2003 as a ten-year old competing on “Star Search.”
After three appearances, she went on to win the crown in the junior
division competition. Tiffany became the only performer in Star Search history to receive perfect five scores on all her appearances. As an actress she has appeared on film in Tyler Perry‘s “The Dairy of a Mad Black Woman” and on TV in “The District.” Newly managed by Mathew Knowles
of Music World Entertainment, she is putting the final touches on her
next album, due from Music World Entertainment/Columbia Records in the
spring of 2011.
Music World Entertainment/Columbia Records