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Local author pens book about surviving trauma

Former social worker has book signing slated for Monday

 

Courtney Fletcher

Local author Cheryl Reich-Bills will hold a book signing at Serenity Cafe on Monday, August 10.

Local author Cheryl Reich-Bills used her own life experiences to write a book about self-preservation and survival.

"Split" is Reich-Bills' first book in a trilogy that covers the lives of several girls' lives over a 60-year period.

Sidney has acted as a second home to Reich-Bills as her mother, Mary Ann Baack, and sister, Julie Gehrig, have lived in the community for more than 40 years.

Reich-Bills received a degree in social work from the University of Nebraska-Kearney, which helped fuel her passion for writing.

Inspired by the children she worked with as a social worker for the past 22...



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