Of course her book Water Signs reveals her hopeful nature, but what I find truly unique about this principled champion of good intentions is her gutsy delivery and the choices she has made to make her perspective her LIFE. She isn’t willing to bend to what doesn’t seem right to her. Because of this commitment to greatness, I have found the strength and vision to aspire to the same.
While we all have our own way of speaking our truth, there are only a few that do so with as much fever.
Love you Daria DiGiovanni!
Love you back, Cherry! And thank you for including me.
If you’re unfamiliar with Cherry or her work, I originally interviewed her on Writestream back in the spring of 2013 about her haunting memoir of child abuse, Toilet Paper People. This fall, Cherry will release an audio version of the book and returns to Writestream on Tuesday, September 2 to discuss. I’ll have a post up soon, but in the meantime, visit Cherry’s blog to learn more about this incredibly brave, strong and talented woman.