Assistant principal’s new book soars to the top of charts
Sherry Bosley, assistant principal at Edgewood High School, recently wrote a book titled “Toepicks, Cadaver Dogs, and Sports with No Balls.” The book was published August 23, 2009, and was an instant hit! During the weekend of September 19, the book rose to number two on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Books list and included positive customer reviews.
In her book, Sherry takes a unique look at parenting and the world of ice dancing. With a daughter actively involved in skating, a son who is not, and a husband who doubts the reality of sports with no balls, her life often spins out of control and she takes readers along for the wild ride. It’s a hilarious read that’s sure to be enjoyed!
Sherry worked at the Baltimore Book Festival Saturday, September 26 with the Maryland Writers Group holding book signings. She has several other appearances scheduled over the next few months, including a book club presentation for a local group that has selected her book for December and a signing at the Bel Air Barnes & Noble in January.
Other marketing plans are in the works to promote Sherry’s new book, but for now, she is simply enjoying her success as an author and learning to balance it with being a new Assistant Principal at the busy Edgewood High School.