Sherlyn Powell is an Author/Speaker and Entrepreneur
"A Gift Called Mother" was one of four books out of 12 selected to be featured in Focus on Women Magazine. I've been invited by the publisher to the 2015 Women of Impact Gala hosted by the magazine for a two night event in October.
A Note from Sherlyn!
"A Gift Called Mother: The Stages and Fantasies of Motherhood" is my story which I share a small window of my life with my readers in hopes and with prayer it will help someone who is struggling see the heartbreak can be ended if you are willing to talk.
I grew up blessed to have a complete library ranging from a volume of a collection of Fairytales which started from nursery rhymes to a collection of literature including Wuthering Heights and Shakespeare to name a few. I especially enjoyed reading Tom Sawyer, To Kill A Mockingbird and In the Heat of the Night.
My journey as an author gives me tremendous satisfaction. Something Desirable was my debut novel. My last novel is titled Captured Hearts. Both novels represent strong independent black women. I'm delighted my readers had another positive response to Sylvia Masters who captured the heart of Lieutenant Julian Reynolds.
I hope my readers will continue to enjoy what I write half as much as I enjoy introducing my characters to them and allowing my readers to share their lives. I am so pleased when someone tells me they loved my book.
Get Ready for Nya!
In my third novel, my character Nya, just wants to meet a man who will love and respect her and treat her like she is his Queen. She has no problem meeting men but she learns like most women, finding the right man is a challenge. They all seem wonderful at first but they quickly become one disappointment after another. When will the right man come along or is she just going to be alone?
A Gift Called Mother:
The Stages and Fantasies of Motherhood
...This book is full of unrestrained emotion, and by the end you will have truly understood the meaning of the eight words on the first page:
“It is a blessing to be called Mother.”
This book is highly recommended by Boyu Huang, Allbooks Review.