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|The Script in My Box: A Journal of Forgiveness (My True Life-Story Memoir)|
Sherlene Stevens - 7/15/2015
Are you journaling? I have always loved to journal (diary, personal pocket calendar, etc.,), even as a young little girl growing up on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was especially important to do so as I matured into a young adult.
"They may not answer your question, but you're thinking; you're being productive to decreasing or eliminating useless dysfunction."
The Script in My Box: A Journal of Forgivness is a straight-talk journal memoir about American family-life and culture, from a fine-art theme viewpoint.
Have you taken the time to organize personal life events, situations and achievements in your life's experiences box?
A 'why' child will question while discovering self-interests. Ordinarily, beyond the normal social boundaries.
Do you know a 'why' child who has grown into an adult? After reading this encouraging memoir, you will. Meet Sherlene Stevens. Through her insightful and inspirational book, written in a journal format, Sherlene discusses her life while growing up, and her experiences with the negative behavior of society toward large families.
She is a native of Upper Eastern Shore of Maryland—a rural area with small-town ideologies that functions with a hierarchical attitude toward business organizations and people of large families. Such cultural dysfunctions reinforces the traditional methods of the social boundaries. Overall, you will read of Sherlene's many experiences through a portion of her life in which she dealt with such attitudes and beliefs.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises. (2012).
Keywords: family-life, religion/spiritual, education, business ventures, young adult life, inspiration, poetry, art, feminism, social justice, local laws
ANNOUNCEMENT: The publishing company of my business has gone out of business! They hadn't contact me, but on their website they're requesting their authors, us, to complete contract termination paperwork https://www.tatepublishing.com/current.html. It is now no longer available through Tate Publishing and Enterprises (closed publishing company), as of January 24, 2017. I am accepting orders, making an order list, for the next printing by a different publisher.
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As noted in The Script in My Box: A Journal of Forgiveness (2012), I grew up in Kent County, Maryland. It is a county considered to be a part of Maryland's Upper Eastern Shore. Kent County's major city is Chestertown. The Knickname of the State of Maryland is "the Old Line State." My home-state is so convenient to areas of Delaware, Washington, D.C., N. Virignia, West Viriginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and New York. Back in the day, my home-state gave away some of its land to be used for a new socialization center for American citizens. Today we considered it to be our Nation's government symbol ... Washington, D.C. or the District of Columbia.
Where I Proudly Served Mostly (as a public servant): I often wondered if there was an imbalance of modern needs of the Eastern Shore's citizens versus its natural materials such as prime farmland and Chesapeake Bay seafood.
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I grew up in a rural community of the Upper Eastern Shore of Maryland. I am the mother of four children - three girls and one boy who were conceived during a forced-marriage bond.
I have encountered many trials and tribulations within life experiences (first-generation college student; business studen). As a motivational speaker, I discuss topics and give down-to-earth advice that inspires, motivates, and educates.
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