Our network

Local author to hold book signing in Woodstock | Arts & Culture

Title (Max 100 Characters)

Local author to hold book signing in Woodstock
Local author to hold book signing in Woodstock

WOODSTOCK, Ga. -- A Johns Creek resident will sign copies of her book in Woodstock next month.

Sherri Maner is the author of Life Must Go On. She will be at FoxTale Book Shoppe on Friday, Mar. 7 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Tate Publishing, Maner's publisher, provided this synopsis of her book:

Carolann and Sherri met as neighbors, but became best friends as they traveled side by side as women, wives and mothers. At the same time Carolann was diagnosed with cancer, Sherri fought to save her unborn daughter during a troubled pregnancy.

Through faith and modern medicine, Sherri gave birth to a healthy daughter. Carolann's cancer was stifled into remission, but the victory was short-lived. Carolann's world continued to be plagued by the monster that eventually ended her life.

Tragically, their relationship ended without a last touch or final word between best friends. Sherri was left devastated, empty and longing for the strength to move past her lost friendship. With a miraculous last gift from beyond the grave, Sherri was given the strength and courage she prayed for.

FoxTale Book Shoppe is located at 105 East Main Street.