FULTON, NY – Fulton Rotarian Cheryl Lindsay spoke about her journey to become a publisher and a writer at a recent Noon Rotary meeting.
She has been involved in higher education for more than 20 years and was inspired to become an entrepreneur when she taught classes at Cayuga Community College on entrepreneurship.
Her grandchildren sparked the idea to teach children economics in order to instill the concept of personal responsibility of managing their resources, a skill which would last a lifetime.
Cheryl has developed a five-part book series, The Treasured Tales of Evan and Bella, which is geared toward 5-8 year olds.
The first book was written in 2010 and published in 2013 and book two will be going to print in February.
In addition to promoting her own books, Cheryl has also launched an online bookstore.
Visitors will be able to go to www.treasuredsense.com and will be able to purchase children’s books, books regarding remarkable women and inspirational stories.
She has 1,000 sets of book one for Evan and Bella and 350 titles to shop in the bookstore.
Both the website for her books, evanandbella.com and the bookstore website, treasuredsense.com are slated to launch this month.