Interview with Taetrece Harrison, Author of B!tch Hunt

 Sep 22, 2020

I was privileged to invite Author Taetrece Harrison for an interview to discuss her latest book B!tch Hunt and the inspiration behind it. Enjoy! 


What's your book about, and what inspired you to write it?
Each chapter is about a different woman and their stories are true. Each woman is an attorney; however, some are judges, or were a judge or a candidate for judge. Each story discusses the life of each woman slightly from the beginning, their education and start of their career. The story develops into a conflict which occurs with each of them. All of the conflicts are different but their situations are similar because of who they are perceived to be the known or unknown person or persons who initiate the conflict.  The stories are told from a narrative standpoint.

Who is your target audience, and why do you think this book will appeal to them?
Perfect for fans of non-fiction, women in the 30’s to 60’s will find themselves riveted by the power behind the women discussed within the pages of this book. This book is about women empowerment.

What message do you wish to pass across to your readers with this book?
Standing in your truth no matter what, even if it means standing alone.

What was the hardest thing about writing your latest book?
My prioritizing my work schedule with my writing schedule. Staying focused.

As a writer, is there anything you've learned about yourself while writing this book?
Yes I am a much better writer than I thought that I was.

For your own reading, do you prefer ebooks or traditional paper/hard back books, and why?  
Hardcover then paperback. But definitely a physical book.

What is your niche genre, and if you were to write in a different genre, what would it be?
Narrative Nonfiction

What books and authors have most influenced you?
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, By Maya Angelou 
Dear God, It’s Me Margaret, By Judy Blume 
Wuthering Heights, By Emily Brontë

Is there anything you'd like readers to know about you?
I am humbled by all of the amazing support from everyone.

Do you have any more books in the works?
The Wrinkled Robes-Corrupted Judges

Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
I appreciate any feedback because it allows me to improve my writing.

Any advice to new/aspiring authors: 
Don’t doubt yourself, and write your book.

How can readers get in touch with or follow you (website, personal blog, social media handle, Goodreads)?


Taetrece Harrison happily lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, she fights for justice by day as an attorney and by night she puts on her author or poetry hat depending on her mood. When she isn’t writing, Taetrece enjoys attending festivals or singing karaoke.

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