Our featured author: Margie Sherman
Margie Sherman, author of the upcoming book, Just Don’t Call Me Margaret, shares her inspiring story, offering hope to those who have suffered from depression and/or contemplated suicide.
Margie has always been a seeker. She overcame a childhood full of grief and trauma but kept looking for something to make her feel better. Suffering from severe depression, she contemplated suicide numerous times, feeling it was the only way out of her pain. Life offers us choices every day, to give up or to keep going amidst great odds. Margie found a way to keep going, always feeling that there was something, a guardian angel, God, the Universe, something that kept holding her up. Her story is at times stark, poignant and bittersweet. It is also one of inspiration and hope for a better future.
Henry Scott, a visual artist and musician based in Birmingham, Alabama. He is a prolific artist inspired by meditation, nature, and the inner workings of the soul. Henry works in the media of pen, ink, colored pencils, pastels, and photography, and has recently been inspired using digital artistry.