I started writing about 3 years ago, but I've always had ideas rambling around in my mind that I wanted to get on paper. I derive most of my inspirations for my books from nature, my pets, and my family. I have cats and chickens (odd combination I know) and I love the great outdoors: hiking backpacking kayaking fishing. My parents and siblings even to this day are supportive and loving, a huge contribution behind the themes of my stories. As I write, I feel happy, sometimes I laugh at my own writing and sometimes I cry, but not from sadness. This is the affect I hope my stories have on readers. I want readers to feel good after they close the back cover of my books.
by Sheryl Silberman
Kitchi, a fledgling osprey, is afraid of the water and therefore, cannot fish for himself. An inspirational story about finding courage through appreciation of joy and beauty, family bonds, and understanding of the life force in us all.
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