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Almost Scared to Live Paperback – November 3, 2015
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Born in Washington, D.C., Sheryl lived most of her life there, or in its suburbs, with the exception of a few years in Whiteville, NC. The daughter of a writer and an artist, Sheryl has worked in oils, acrylics, and several other mediums, the most recent being watercolor. She is also an accomplished photographer. At the age of ten, she published a four-line verse in the Washington Times Herald for the payment of one dollar. Since then much of her writing has been non-fiction, directed to trade magazines. Four novels and two children's picture books are now in the works. A driving force is that her daddy would be so happy to see that one of his daughters has a passion for writing. Flower gardening, inspired by a trip to the butterfly conservatory in Niagara Falls, Canada, is one of her hobbies. Throughout the warm months of the year, her back yard is filled with dozens of varieties of butterflies. Sheryl is animated and has a sense of humor, and as 2003-2004 president of the Ormond Writers' League ran successful meetings with a casual observance to Robert's Rules of Order.
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I admired her honesty in telling the good and bad times of her care. Coming from my perspective as an RN, I think she did an outstanding job in explaining her circumstances from a medical point of view. Her experiences at the Wound Clinic along with the picture of her in the Hyperbaric Chamber will help so many people who will need this type of treatment. This lady's toughness and light hearted sense of humor will be an inspiration to others who are facing very difficult medical issues.
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