Cheryl's Song

Cheryl's Song: Until the Sun Comes Up is a coming-of-age tale of Cheryl Fields, a Chicago native who finds herself at a large, predominately white university. A child of mixed parentage, Cheryl learns to adapt to her strange surroundings by becoming a part of the African-American Greek sorority and fraternity system. It's there that our story takes place. More

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About Kenneth Bossard

Kenneth Bossard began writing after a career in mortgage banking. He always loved to write, penning poems as a child and writing city-wide articles in high school.

After pledging an African-American fraternity his freshman year, Ken went on to business school and the mortgage field. He never forgot the conflicts he experienced being a brand new, born-again Christian and entering the world of college fraternities. His book details those conflicts but from a woman's perspective. Though Ken writes ably from that perspective, he believes it is because he is able to lose himself in a character so unlike his own personality. He takes it as a deep testament to God's abilities when told "I can't believe a man wrote this."

Ken lives in the Washington, D.C. area.


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