The Weeds of Winter
by Sharon M. Foley
The Weeds of Winter is a cautionary tale - just like dont talk to strangers, listen to your instincts, and be fearless when sticking up for yourself and your best interests. This is the painful quest of one womans journey from naivet to jaded reality. It is also a lesson in the perils of singular decision making without a skill set and a deficit of mentoring. This story warns of the perils of personal isolationism, along with the fear and wariness of intimacy.
About the Author:
Sharon M. Foley was born in Chicago, Illinois. She is a retired Chicago police officer. Her father and paternal grandfather were also Chicago police officers, as well as her sister, who is also retired. Sharon is a mother of four, as well as being a grandmother of five. She still resides in the Chicago area.
(2016, Paperback, 66 pages)