Shuntia Richardson was born in Beloit WI on September 3, 1983 to the proud parents of Latrica, and Steven Cordier. After graduating from Beloit Memorial High School, Shuntia moved from her small home town to Dallas TX. After working in a nail and hair salon for four years, Shuntia went back to school to get a degree in childcare. Throughout Shuntia's life writing was something she loved to do so at the age of 25 she started her own publishing company “Urban Life Publishing”. Publishing 2 novels “Some Time’s Loves Not Enough” & “What Yo Mama Should Have Told You”, she also has written 14 children’s books such as “ABC’s and 123’s”, “My Mommy Loves Me”, “I’m Different”, “My Little Princess” and many other great children’s books. Setting a new trend for how children learn and read Shuntia founded “Build-A-Book.com” a online book store where you can customize children’s DVD books with their names, photos, as well as story lines. Shuntia was determined to make her mark in the writing world.