Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Book Signing Events Coming Your Way

I'm excited to provide a list of my first book signing events for Finding My Badass Self: A Year of Truths and Dares.

I will be adding these to the event section on my author page: The 52/52 Project-Sherry Stanfa-Stanley. (Have you 'liked' and followed that page yet? If not, please click over and do so!)


MAUMEE, OH
Saturday, Aug. 19
1 – 4 p.m.
Barnes & Noble
The Shops at Fallen Timbers
3100 Main St.

ANN ARBOR, MI
Thursday, Aug. 24
7 - 9 p.m.
Literati Bookstore
124 E. Washington

PORT CLINTON, OH
Saturday, Sept. 2
1 – 4 p.m.
Private Event

WATERVILLE, OH
Saturday, Sept. 23
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Roche de Boeuf Festival

TOLEDO, OH
Saturday, Oct. 7
Time TBD
The University of Toledo Barnes & Noble Bookstore
1430 Secor Road

MILWAUKEE. WI
Saturday, Oct. 14 and Sunday, Oct. 15
TBD

While most of these first events are scheduled for the Toledo area, several others across the U.S. are in the works. Location ideas are welcomed! If any cities seem particularly popular among suggestions, I'll do my best--I'm always looking for an excuse for a road trip!

Stay tuned for future locations and dates. Hope to see you soon!

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

What We Are Taught and Never Forget

My sixth-grade bus pass. I had no idea of my life journey ahead.
Social media, particularly Facebook, provides a fabulous opportunity to connect with new readers and friends, as well as a way to reconnect with people from our past.

This one is especially dear to me--a note I received from my sixth-grade teacher, Mary Kasper, who is now my Facebook friend:

"Your writing talent continues to amaze me, Sherry. You have a great sense of humor and your style makes one feel like you're just sitting across the table..."

When she wasn't busy needing to reprimand me for talking during class--which as no great surprise was often--Mrs. Kasper was just as frequently encouraging my writing.

I still have a story I wrote for class, more than forty years ago, on which she wrote: "If you don't do something with all your talent, I'm going to come back and haunt you."

Fortunately, she doesn't need to haunt me. She is still around for me to thank today.

Teachers DO make a difference. I truly believe she was a major factor in setting me on this path in life. I'm so grateful.

Thank you for believing in me, Mrs. Kasper.

Any teachers you'd like to thank? Do it today.