An acknowledged expert in nonverbal communication, Sherry Maysonave is an award-winning author and acclaimed motivational speaker. Sherry has been interviewed by more than 200 TV, radio, and print publications across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. She has made multiple appearances on NBC's Today, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NPR, and has been featured in USA Today, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, New Yorker, InStyle, and BusinessWeek.
Intuitive as a child, Sherry Maysonave has had mystical experiences throughout her life. At the mere age of five, she had a direct experience of her soul existing separately from her physical body, which forever changed her perception of God, life on Earth, and life in Heaven.
Inspired by a vivid dream with Sherry’s deceased sister shouting from a mountaintop, her latest book, "The Girl Who Could Read Hearts", was born. It was won six awards, including the 2016 best Spiritual Fiction book by the Beverley Hills book Festival.
The segments of this story that embrace death are based upon Sherry’s real-life experiences when she was present with beloved family members as they passed away. Her wondrous encounters of loved ones’ spirits after their physical deaths are deeply engaging. Sherry Maysonave says she doesn’t just believe there is an afterlife, she knows there is.
Sherry’s first book, "Casual Power - How to Power Up Your Nonverbal Communication and Dress Down for Success", is nonfiction and is a category best-seller on Amazon.
Her first children’s book— "EggMania: Where’s the Egg in Exactly?"—has won five awards.
Sherry and her husband, Stephen, reside on Lake Travis in Austin, Texas.