Nancy Sharp

Nancy Sharp (Creative Non-Fiction) | Denver, CO

Booking Fee:

Negotiable

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Anywhere

Contact:

Nsharp_at_NancySharp.net

Website:

http://www.nancysharp.net/

Nancy Sharp is the author of the memoir Both Sides Now: A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living, winner of eight literary awards, including Books For A Better Life and the Colorado Book Award. She was also featured in the The Best Advice in Six Words and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and ESME.com. As a keynote speaker, Nancy brings her message about transformation and boldness to a variety of business, medical, women’s, health and spiritual organizations.

Books

Both Sides Now (Books & Books Press, 2014). Creative Non-Fiction. Memoir.
Both Sides Now (Books & Books Press, 2014). Creative Non-Fiction. Memoir.

Press & Reviews

Winner, Colorado Book Award
Finalist, Books For A Better Life
Finalist, USA Best Book Awards
Winner, National Indie Excellence Award
Winner, American Book Fest International Book Award
Winner, Living Now Book Award
Winner, CIPA EVVY Award
Winner, Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards

Both Sides Now is an unflinching memoir of love and loss and hope. Nancy Sharp’s honesty and hard-earned wisdom make this book essential reading for anyone facing adversity–which is all of us.”
—Ann Hood, Author of Comfort, The Red Thread, and The Obituary Writer.

“The Nancy Sharp you will meet in this moving memoir is an exemplar of honesty, courage, and grace. I know of no other book that addresses the pain of loss and the challenge of recovery with the fierce intimacy displayed in Both Sides Now.”
—Daniel Okrent. Author, Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition; former editor, Life magazine.

“I adore this story because it speaks to something so healthy, which is resilience. That takes courage, which can be scary, but it can really contribute to the good life.”
Dr. Oz: The Good Life

“Wrenching yet eloquent and fiercely hopeful”
Kirkus Reviews

“Sharp’s frank revelations about loss and healing—conveyed in bite-size chapters, at times just a sentence long—are both profound and relatable and offer hope to anyone who’s wondered if life will get better.”
5280 Magazine