Heartfelt Fiction Reflecting Life
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, and quickly becoming known for writing complex, heartfelt stories that embody the human experience.
In addition to novel writing, Mallory-Johnson works is an Adjunct Professor, teaching literature and humanities classes at the collegiate level.
Mallory-Johnson holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Social Work. She resides in her native state of California with her family.
Her latest work, "Hand for Hand," is the long-awaited sequel to "The Hand She Played," the story of identical twins who stop at nothing for their love for one another.
Mallory-Johnson also Founded 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
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