Last week, I visited the store and signed books. Events are still on hold due to COVID-19. Thank you to Sharah and Mollye for supporting my book.
Tiffany Sunday is one of the featured guest for Accessibility in the Literary Arts: Dyslexia Strategies for Inclusion presented by Deep Vellum.
The event will be hosted live on Zoom, Wednesday, August 26, 2020.
Thursday, February 13, 2020, 6:00 PM
Barnes & Noble SMU 3060 Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, TX 75205
Poet Tiffany Sunday will discuss her work and latest book, Insatiable Consumption of Being: A Collection of Poems, Writings and Micro Stories.
The event is free with book sales and signing to follow.
Her latest book, Insatiable Consumption of Being marks her transition from business writing to poetry and contemporary fiction.
Tiffany started writing poetry in third grade and was first published in high school. She writes about nature, human creativity, self-reliance, and relationships.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Tiffany Sunday’s anticipated fourth book, Insatiable Consumption of Being: A Collection of Poems, Writings, and Micro Stories, is available at Barnes & Noble, independent book stores, Amazon and other online retailers.
The book represents a new direction for Tiffany. Her three previous books focused on technology, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
In a recent interview, Tiffany shared, “Most of my readers and followers are surprised to learn that I write poetry. And that I have been writing since third grade. Poetry is very natural to me as the words tumble out easily and often unexpectedly. The book includes several of my favorite poems that I wrote in high school.”
Tiffany is scheduling poetry readings and author visits. Insatiable Consumption of Being is now available wherever books and ebooks are sold from Tilton House Press.
Creativity is the Last Competitive Edge Against the Machines
Artificial intelligence and automation are transforming every aspect of our world. Tiffany Sunday’s, ground-breaking new book, How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future, asserts the last competitive edge against the machines is human creativity.
In the book, Sunday examines the impact of artificial intelligence and automation on employment, the global economy, and society. Sunday condenses research and dozens of interviews into a convincing narrative about the future of work and new job opportunities for creative, problem-solving professionals.
Advanced digital systems and platforms are creating a homogenous mindset. Companies are seeking professionals, who are dyslexic and neurodiverse, to utilize their natural problem-solving, spatial reasoning and pattern finding abilities. Many of the challenges encountered by individuals who think differently are mitigated by software applications and tech devices designed to assist with reading and writing. With all of these advances in technology, bias and obsolete perceptions remain in the workplace.
Sunday challenges readers to embrace a paradigm shift in a new way of thinking about neurodiversity and creativity while shattering the definition of literacy.
Filled with thought-provoking insights about AI and automation, workplace strategies, and lifestyle insights, this book is a must-read for dyslexic professionals, especially HR teams and hiring managers.
Tiffany Sunday, author, speaker, and consultant at Dillon 5 was quoted in Forbes by Denise Brodey discussing how to be more productive at the office. She consults with companies on how to develop programs to encourage creativity and utilizes many of the innovative strengths of individuals who naturally think differently.