Going Home, Who Am I?
By: Andrea L. Sherrell
About the Book
Lorelei has reached a crossroads in her life. As a moderately successful African American female paralegal with no higher education degree, she thought her life was complete until she returns to her Southern roots in North Carolina, and discovers the history of her ancestors and the sacrifices they made for their families and futures.
Suddenly, she comes to realize that maybe there is more to life and thinks of returning to college to honor the sacrifices of those who came before—and possibly starting a family with the handsome brotha she meets on the beach.
But it can be hard to start life anew when you’re already well established. Will she find the courage to force change when sometimes it’s easier to stay the course?
About the Author
Andrea L. Sherrell resides in Washington State, has a BA in Law and Public Policy, and enjoys travelling. She attends the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA, and created a scholarship for African American females interested in the law. She was recently accepted into their Master of Public Administration program.