About Sharron


What do you say about yourself?  Hmmmm, not an easy job.

I am an author and have written one non-fiction book, WAITING ON THE OUTSIDE, the story of my son and his journey to incarceration and federal prison. My second endeavor was the compilation and forward for inmate Brett McKeehan’s book of art an poetry, SOLITARY WORDS. (All you ever wanted to know about prison)

My latest book, SURVIVING LA BESTIA, is a novel about two children from Honduras fleeing the gangs and danger in their barrio and trying to reach their mother in America. As they travel through Mexico on La Bestia, the Death Train, they befriend other migrants and encounter the terrors of traveling through a dangerous, foreign country. Will they survive and reach their mother in America?

http://www.prisonchat.wordpress.com is a blog I maintain to support and give information to friends and family of those incarcerated. Lastly, I am a married, retired, medical administrator.  I started as a nurse in the critical care units of the county hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada and moved into administration from there.

I love to write and blog, so follow me on this journey.


2 Responses to About Sharron

  1. Sherry Chen says:

    Hi Sharron, I think your site’s got beautiful design and such interesting pieces, so I’m following! 🙂
    I really enjoy your posts and look forward to your next.
    Feel free to check out my writing about publishing: publishinginsights.org


  2. Hi Sharron, I appointed your blog as a recipient of the Cute Blog Award! I wrote about your site on my blog if you want to check it out. 🙂 http://highwaytohoeftland.com/2015/02/04/highway-to-hoeftland-receives-the-cute-blog-award/


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