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Author…..are you talking about me?

Posted By: Robin Materese

April 24, 2016

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by Sherry Miller

But I’m not even a writer, I would explain to anyone who commented on how much they loved my first book.

You can call me a musician, piano teacher, choir director, homeschool mom, gardener, soap maker, business owner or even tile painter (that was back in the 90s), but calling me an author seems so foreign. I am, however, willing to embrace this new “me” in light of the fact that I can’t think of anything I’d rather be doing.

Creating a series of picture books involving the fun personalities and antics of the animals on my farm (real life), incorporating classical composers and their music (my music training) and children (I’m a grandmother now and loving it), just feels right.

Oh, and don’t forget the marketing side of the book (my entrepreneurial self).

If writing would be a fulfilling venture for this season of your life, I say go for it! I will probably wear many more hats before I’m through, but right now the one that is starting to look just right is author.

Sherry  Miller will be an exhibiting author at the 2016 Gaithersburg Book Festival on Saturday, May 21.

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Starts: 05/21/2016 10:00
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