W.C. Child is a banker who followed her love for words into the author arena. She grew up in a small town in Tennessee and infuses those values and her sense of humor into the fabric of her work. She loves the freedom she experiences while writing and believes in their power and perfection. Whether it is for a short story, an inspirational poem or a fiction novel, she enjoys the journey that words orchestrate. When in writing mode, she can assume a different identity and extend her mind beyond the boundaries of her physical existence. She believes words will be her friends until the last ones are spoken about her.
Although singing is not one of her talents, she loves listening to music and binge-watching movies, sports and her favorite shows. She enjoys a good joke and believes there is nothing as beautiful as laughter. She earned a BS from Austin Peay State University, an MBA from Murray State University and a CRCM designation from the American Bankers Association. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. In her spare time, she plays softball, and has competed in the Senior Olympics. She resides with her family in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Not Yet A Woman
There are no isolated incidences. Everything that happens in our lives is connected and becomes the ingredients of who we are. Sometimes we embrace the truth when it's convenient. Other times we run from it, hoping that it will change before it eventually catches up to us. When love is not enough, we must look deeper inside to mend the cracks that have weakened our foundation. Only then will we recognize our true selves.
For Eva, that would be a challenge. Her life often churned out of control as she fought for happiness. It will take incredible strength and honesty to become the person she was meant to be. Follow Eva as she struggles to recognize her own worth and tries to figure out what it takes to truly be a woman.
The story is told through the eyes of Eva, from her childhood to becoming a adult. It is filled with life lessons that shape her as a person and demonstrates the impact unresolved issues have on our lives. It shows the importance of family and love is the most important thing we can have in our lives.