Client Success: Sheryl Parbhoo’s Novel Explores Love, Family and Healing in Intercultural Relationships

My thanks to Wayne South Smith for publishing this lovely article on his blog, I just had to share with my readers.   Client Success: Sheryl Parbhoo’s Novel Explores Love, Family and Healing in Intercultural Relationships “Like my book’s character Jenny, I am a woman with deep southern roots,” Sheryl said.  “Unlike Jenny, I was raised…

The Unexpected Daughter Book Launch

The countdown is complete. The party is finished.  The Unexpected Daughter is launched. Last Saturday morning, I sat up straight  in bed at 5:30.  In eight and a half hours, I would be standing in front of a crowd of book-loving strangers at the launch of my debut novel – and I had no idea…

Book Release: The Unexpected Daughter

  After years of blood, sweat, and tears over my laptop keyboard, I am proud to announce the release of my book, The Unexpected Daughter. I will be speaking and signing books at my book launch party at FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock, GA on March 4.  The bookstore is located in beautiful downtown Woodstock. If…

The Unexpected Daughter Gets a Cover

I am home from work for a month with a broken foot.  I had bunion surgery and now have a bionic foot, complete with plates and a multitude of screws in my bones. So, to turn lemons into lemonade, this respite from teaching and lesson plans has turned into the time I’ve been working toward…

The Unexpected Daughter is Complete!

Summer is here and my family and I have breathed a collective sigh of relief.  The sun is shining, school’s out, the pool calls our name every day.  But, want to know what the best part of it all is? I finished the final revision of The Unexpected Daughter! Whoo hooo!   Not only am…

A Procrastinator’s Guide to Writing a Novel

  Since I came out of the novel-writing closet on my blog last week, several people have asked how I got into writing and how I have managed to write while still raising a big family and keeping such a clean house. (Well, the family part is true…I added the clean house bit). One reader…