This memoir begins in Paris, Texas on Nineteenth S.W. Street. The colorful characters in this NE Texas hamlet are introduced via their homes, occupations and histories. Reflections on childhood emulations to troublemakers evolve. Those who shaped the author by proximity encompass early memories, before a family move brings a perceptional shift in the changing world of 1968. People remain at the center of these tales, aiding the author’s transition from observation to purpose. Available free ebook on March 16th and 17th.
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Sherry Scott, M.D., is a pediatrician who has practiced palliative/hospice care for children and general medicine. She self-published her first literary work, The Year My Mother Died, 2011. She founded Paris Poet’s Society and published a juried anthology of poetry and photography: What Brings You Here, 2016. She currently serves as Vice President of the non-profit, Gendercide Awareness Project, Dallas Texas. She resides with her family in Paris, Texas.