Sharisa Robertson

Biography

Sharisa T. Robertson has been writing since she was 10. Her room was a fire hazard because she had over 100 episodes of her own TV show written and all on her paper. After constantly hearing about the starving artist, she made up her mind that it would be impossible to try and actually pursue a career in writing. Although she still wrote in her journal and calendar, love to take notes and collecting quotes, her passion for writing was pushed aside and she gave it up, only writing on occasion. So to be an author over 20 years later, is a dream come true.

Sharisa, who is also a Publisher and Entrepreneur made her debut as an author by being a contributing writer sharing her testimony in Cheers To Your Success 2: Women on the Rise and Owning their Destiny. Her chapter is entitled Makeup of an Masterpiece. This opporunity led her to create her company, Lilies of the Field Media, LLC in which she has released her first book which is based off of her struggle of having a strained relationship with her mother.

A Letter To My Mother: A Daughter's Perspective, is a collaboration of 11 women sharing their stories of being negatively impacted by the relationship with their mothers and their journey into forgiveness and healing. This collaboration has opened the door to Sharisa's newest venture, Daughters United, a support group and community for women who are struggling with this issue.

She is currently working on several projects including 2 books, a documentary, and a play. Be on the lookout for so much more to come by visiting www.sharisarobertson.com or www.lotfmedia.com

Where to find Sharisa Robertson online


Where to buy in print


Books

A Letter To My Mother: A Daughter's Perspective
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 39,130. Language: English. Published: September 13, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Dysfunctional relationships, Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Family relationships
A Letter To My Mother: A Daughter's Perspective takes you on a emotional journey, going into the past, present, and future of 11 women who have been negatively impacted by their relationship with their mother.

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