Written by author and breast cancer survivor Sharon Amerson, Where’s Mommy’s Hair? is a testament to the power and love of family. It drives home the inspiration that can come from the even smallest family members and through the toughest of times. Accompanied by the heart-warming and vibrant illustrations of artist Mel Pemberton, this story will come alive for you and your children. For those children living with breast cancer, Where’s Mommy’s Hair? can help to ease the surprise and anxiety related to dealing with severe disease and help to keep hope alive. Where’s Mommy’s Hair? is published by Atlanta–based Ever Digital Media Group, a fresh new resource for books, comics , games, animation and everything that has yet to come to the digital publishing world!
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Sharon Amerson – Author
Sharon Amerson – wife of Greg Amerson and proud mother of Asia – hails from Charlotte, NC. In 2010, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In the midst of this struggle, she had zero time for fear or token sympathy, instead preferring to turn the situation into an opportunity for laughter and joy. Her husband loved her “warped sense of humor,” seeing that her good cheer and positive thinking not only helped Sharon, but the entire family. By the grace of God and an outstanding medical team, she went into remission in 2011.
Sharon now lives in the Metro Atlanta area with her family. She loves reading mysteries and writing – especially poetry. In her spare time, you can find Sharon working hard for her favorite charities and experiencing the joy of simply living.
Mel Pemberton – Illustrator
Mel Pemberton is a dedicated artist who loves to see the emotional impact of his work come to life for his audience. Although soft spoken, his art projects boldly into the world – full of colors, patterns, textures and soul. In hearing Sharon Amerson’s story, Mel incorporated his knack for ingenuity and eye for detail to focus the visual message of her experience.
His talents aren’t limited to illustration alone, rather his day to day projects include anything from graphic apparel and web design to paintings and murals and everything in between. Mel loves spending time with his family and volunteering as a coach for his kids’ basketball teams.