Indie Chicks: 25 Independent Women 25 Personal Stories

Indie Chicks: 25 Independent Women 25 Personal Stories

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This exciting anthology contains stories from twenty-five women from different parts of the world. Their ages differ, as do their backgrounds and locations, but one thing they all have in common is a spirit of independence and a determination to not only succeed, but prevail. Whether their struggles are to maintain balance between motherhood and career, escape from an abusive relationship, or to step out in faith and pursue a dream, all of these women have forged their own path.

As women, one of our most powerful "gifts" is the ability to encourage one another. This book is an effort to encourage women across the world. These twenty-five women share stories that will make you laugh, inspire you, and maybe even make you cry. Their hope is that these stories will inspire YOUR independent spirit and allow you to live the life you were meant to live.

Foreword by Karen McQuestion

Afterword by Beth Elisa Harris

Compiled by Cheryl Shireman
Formatting by Heather Marie Adkins

Stories included:
Foreword by Karen McQuestion
Knight in Shining Armor by Shea MacLeod
Latchkey Kid by Heather Marie Adkins
Write or Die by Danielle Blanchard
The Phoenix and The Darkness by Lizzy Ford
Never Too Late by Linda Welch
Stepping Into the Light by Donna Fasano
One Fictionista’s Literary Bliss by Katherine Owen
I Burned My Bra For This? by Cheryl Shireman
Mrs. So Got It Wrong Agent by Prue Battten
Holes by Suzanne Tyrpak
Turning Medieval by Sarah Woodbury
A Kinky Adventure in Anglophilia by Anne R. Allen
Writing From a Flour Sack by Dani Amore
Just Me and James Dean by Cheryl Bradshaw
How a Big Yellow Truck Changed My Life by Christine DeMaio-Rice
From 200 Rejections to Amazon Top 200! by Sibel Hodge
Have You Ever Lost a Hat? by Barbara Silkstone
French Fancies! by Mel Comley
Life’s Little Gifts by Melissa Foster
Never Give Up On Your Dream by Christine Kersey
Self-taught Late Bloomer by Carol Davis Luce
Moving to The Middle East by Julia Crane
Paper, Pen, and Chocolate by Talia Jager
The Magic Within and The Little Book That Could by Michelle Muto
Write Out of Grief by Melissa Smith
Afterword by Beth Elisa Harris

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781625660435
Publisher: Cheryl Shireman
Publication date: 07/04/2014
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 16,644
File size: 309 KB

About the Author

Cheryl Shireman lives on a lake in the Midwest with her husband. She is the mother of three adult children and the grandmother of the two “most adorable granddaughters in the world.”
Her novels are sensitive portrayals of multi-faceted characters. Often humorous, and always thought-provoking, whether focusing on love, finding purpose in life, or a little mystery, Shireman’s novels depict realistic characters facing realistic dilemmas. One reader writes, “Cheryl has a wonderful talent for describing people. Interesting, flawed, multidimensional people. I can picture them so clearly in my mind and some I can almost smell. I love the way her characters are as messed up as real people all are. I can’t wait for more.”
She is the author of several bestselling novels including the Life Is But a Dream series, Broken Resolutions, and the Cooper Moon series. Cheryl Shireman is also the author of several titles for children including the I Love You When books and the Curious Toddler series - Let's Learn About.

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Indie Chicks: 25 Independent Women 25 Personal Stories 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love books like this that inspire. Indie Chicks is filled with heartfelt stories by female authors who will have you laughing, crying, and feeling the bond between us all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fascinating! Twenty five great stories about truly independent women. The stories are interesting and inspirational. Couldn't put this book down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Most books have something at the beginning OR the end of the book &i don't cate to read about them like this
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The shapeshifter was currently an Umbreon. She then changes to a pretty, lithe girl. She had dirty blonde hair and natur blonde streaks. She has hazel green eyes and had a s<_>e<_>x<_>y figure.
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A shapeshifter entered. Currently it was a pony. It morphed into a girl and waved. "Hi! I'm Basil!" (I can be both genders, any animals/Pokemon (especially Empoleon!))
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She slowed her tossing and turning gently.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Smells like dead roses! Make her your sl<_>ut! ;)