Dear Cheryl Wills: Hi! I just finished reading your book “Die Free” and I felt compelled to write to you. Do not ask me “why” but here I am writing to you. (smile) OH MY GOD!!! I could not stop crying reading about all that has happened to your family. The worst was towards theContinue reading »
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Book Review from Firefighters who worked with my dad!
My father, Clarence Wills, was a dyed in the wool firefighter. Although he’s been dead for thirty years, some firefighters that he worked with in Manhattan have reached out to me and read the book. Check out what they have to say about “Die Free” (unedited and reprinted with their approval). “You are a very giftedContinue reading »
Die Free AOL Black Voices Profile
Dr. Boyce Watkins Spotlight of Cheryl WillsContinue reading »
Cheryl Wills presents Die Free to St. Francis College
Cheryl Wills Book Reading and Performance at St. Francis CollegeContinue reading »
Read my blog about autism: My brother has autism – my article is called "Siblings on the Frontlines…."
Click here to watch amateur video of Cheryl and Clarence Speaking at conferenceClick here to read Huffington Post Article Cheryl and Clarence Wills Speak at International Sibling conferenceContinue reading »
Check out my latest blogs on the Huffington Post!
Raising the Bar for Single Parents Immobilized Economy? It\’s the Astrology, Stupid! Remembering the Aunt Jemimas The Ghosts of America’s Past Speak Backstage at Fashion Week! Hot Peas and ButterReflections on the Summer of 1977 in New York City Exclusive talk with Tony Award Winning Choreographer George Faison Siblings on the Frontlines for People withContinue reading »
Read & Watch my *exclusive* interview with Dr. Maya Angelou
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Woman of the month!
Enchanting Women just made me Woman Of The Month for July 2010. I’m absolutely honored!Continue reading »
Welcome to my blog. As you might imagine, learning about my great-great-great grandfather Sandy has been a watershed moment. Tracing my ancestry back more than 150 years is both humbling and amazing. Please share your thoughts – I’d love to hear from you.Continue reading »