S. Lee Fisher
Pharmacy to Fiction.
Writing as a second career. S. Lee Fisher, aka Dr. "P.", clinical pharmacist was born and raised in ‘small town’ Pennsylvania. After moving to Pittsburgh, she enjoyed a successful corporate career managing retrospective clinical programs for the PBM side of a Fortune 20 company.
Fisher began writing fiction as a means of channeling the pain and grief of her father's passing. In the process, she discovered that she enjoys the creativity of telling stories.
Now a full-time novelist, Fisher lives on the gulf coast of Florida with her husband of 37 years, Ralph. When she’s not writing, she enjoys painting watercolors, ballroom dancing, and swimming.
Becoming Olive W.
Women's Literature, Literary Fiction
NABE 2021 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winner
Beautiful, brilliant, wealthy. The world should be Olive’s oyster. Does she want too much?
For young women in the early 1900s, sometimes a string of pearls is the closest they will get to owning the world.
Orphaned as a toddler, Olive, a bright feisty child, struggles to establish her place in a wealthy farming family. Her sisters are jealous, her brothers feel threatened, her father, inept as a parent is dependent on her skills.
Without a mother’s guidance, is it possible for this young woman to break social barriers on her own? Can she become the independent woman scholar for which she has the potential of being?
Set in the early 1900s in rural Pennsylvania, journey with this spitfire on an emotionally intense encounter with her dysfunctional family within a male-dominated world, in a time before women had the right to vote.
Book one of The Women of Campbell County: Family Saga fiction series.