AWARD WINNING BOOK & AWARD WINNING AUTHOR
Shirley Rose Webb was born in San Jose, Costa Rica; she came to the United States at the age of eight and spoke only Spanish. Shirley began writing her memoir in 2010 on the advice of her therapist following a tragic death in the family. Through writing she learned to let go of her anger and pain and slowly returned to the things she loves doing even though her heart was broken into a million pieces.
"My sister, My Daughter, and Me," is fantastic! Every chapter, including The Female Fire-fighter
Try-outs to The Disappearing Husband, are #1!"
"Vibrant, engaging, and heartfelt. Webb is an inspiration to us all."
—Urban Lit Magazine
"There are many pearls of truth and beauty throughout this book."
—Portland Book Review
"An inspirational memoir about life, loss and family that's ripe with equal parts laughter and tears."
—New Apple Literary
The author is a fighter and I admired her strength and determination that she displayed throughout her memoir.
—Readers' Favorite 5-Star Seal
2018 Maxy Awards Winner for Best Non-fiction
2017 Distinguished Favorite.
—New York City Big Book Award 5-Star Seal
—Northern California Book Festival
—Los Angeles Book Festival
Honorable Mentions at the 2017 New York, Hollywood, San Francisco, Southern California, New England, San Francisco Book Festivals.