Don't File For Divorce Just Yet: What You Must Know First

Don't File For Divorce Just Yet: What You Must Know First

by Cheryl Taylor
     
 

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Divorce is a tug of war between the heart and soul of broken lovers; it can be a scary and lonely process deflating your hope and self-assuredness. As a former Federal litigator, Cheryl Taylor goes beyond the facts and figures, adding dimension to the topic of divorce through her own experience. Don't File for Divorce Just Yet, arms you with the knowledge, clarity and…  See more details below

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Divorce is a tug of war between the heart and soul of broken lovers; it can be a scary and lonely process deflating your hope and self-assuredness. As a former Federal litigator, Cheryl Taylor goes beyond the facts and figures, adding dimension to the topic of divorce through her own experience. Don't File for Divorce Just Yet, arms you with the knowledge, clarity and strength to make sound decisions about your future.

"It's like having a friend sit down with you and go over the heart of the issues instead of just the facts that a lawyer throws down. She speaks to your doubts and fears, giving you hope to carry on." ~ Simone Johanason

"She's not a lawyer who's in it for the money. Cheryl walks you through the helpful and the emotional decisions that must be made. She helps you see clearer the decisions before you." ~ Erica Cuffler

"Cheryl speaks with love and with a heart for you to grow in the confidence of who you are as an individual so that you can make good decisions for yourself. No one can make these difficult choices for you, but Cheryl is by your side through it all. Don't you need someone in your corner? ~ Page Reneau

"Reading this book caused me to gain one thing I had lost... hope." ~ Carissa Boudin

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780991266821
Publisher:
Cheryl Taylor Books
Publication date:
04/02/2014
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)

Meet the Author

Former Federal Litigator Sets Her Pen On Fire

Washington, DC - For 14 years Cheryl Elizabeth Taylor worked as a Federal Employment attorney. She had the six-figure income to prove it, along with a window office. There was just one small problem - her desk. Her desk, at home, was loaded with half-written manuscripts. "Every time I walked in there I could hear them bickering - write me, no... no... write me!" She laughs. Last winter, she finally listened to her heart and her manuscripts.

Writing was not new to Cheryl. She has been writing since she was 15 years old, and particularly enjoyed writing on bananas - "The tip of a pen rides like a BMW on banana skin." She laughs. "I was born in a small town named Media, PA. My father was a letter carrier. Just a few hints that I was born to write." She says.

"It took a long while for me to give my inner critic the boot, and bare my soul. Writing requires extreme transparency, vulnerability and authenticity. That took awhile for me to grow into."

What advice would Cheryl give to those of us salivating at the thought of writing full-time?

"Plan, prepare and plan some more. Write. Write. Write. Then there's the business of writing. Today you have to be an entrepreneur, and a writer, to thrive in this business. Take classes on social media marketing, and on-line publishing. Writing full-time calls for lots of prayer and a part-time source of income. The hours are long, and the pay... well, its slow in the beginning, and not a whole lot, initially anyway. You have to be prepared to suck it up, live on less, and write like your pen is on fire."

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