Sheryl Mallory-Johnson discovered her love for literature at an early age, becoming an avid reader at the ripe old age of five. Her love for humanity soon followed. Before becoming a novelist, she worked in the field of Human Services for many years, advocating for children, youth and families.
In 2009, Mallory-Johnson launched her debut novels, "Sense of Love," and "L.A Summer: Friends Til' the Blood End," making a lasting impression on the literary world by quickly becoming known for writing complex, heartfelt stories that embody the human experience. Her compelling characters are as true to life as a next door neighbor.
In addition to novel writing, Mallory-Johnson works is an Adjunct Professor and teaches literature and humanities classes at the collegiate level. When her time allows she coaches aspiring writers.
Mallory-Johnson received a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Texas Southern University and a Masters Degree in Social Work from San Diego State University. She resides in her native state of California with her family.
Mallory-Johnson's "Hand for Hand," the sequel to her engrossing romance, suspense novel, "The Hand She Played" is currently in the works. Keep watch for the release date.
Mallory-Johnson is also the Founder of the 1619 National Celebration of Black Women movement. Her purpose-driven mission is recognizing the extraordinary contributions women of African Descent have made in building America. Join the celebration @ https://www.1619nationalcelebrationofblackwomen.com
Thank you for patiently awaiting my next riveting romance, suspense novel, "Hand For Hand," the sequel to "The Hand She Played. My new projected release date is early 2019. Keep watch.