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On the Air With Sharel E. Gordon-Love

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Born and raised in Plainfield, New Jersey, Sharel E. Gordon-Love started writing at the age of six, winning immediate recognition for her essays and short stories. Her first nonfiction work, “Is There Hope for the Black Male?” was published by Black Child Magazine in 1994. Certified in Microcomputer Technology and Business Administration, Sharel graduated from Berkeley College of Business in 1993.

Sharel’s short story, “I’ll Always Be Just a Thought Away,” can be found in an anthology compiled by Sachel titled “The HEART of OUR COMMUNITY,” in 2006. Her first novel, When He Calls, was released in 2002, followed by The Putting Away in 2011, for which Sharel was nominated for Breakout Author of the Year 2011 by the African American Literary Awards Show. Change Me for My Season, the third novel in the "Seasons of Life" series.

Founder and CEO of Inspirational Literary Works LLC, as well as an inspirational speaker, Sharel is a licensed evangelist in the Church of God in Christ, and along with her family, attend New Reid Temple C.O.G.I.C. in East Orange, New Jersey. There she serves on the Administrative staff, Youth Department, and Women’s Department ministries. Sharel, resides in North Plainfield, New Jersey with her family.