Cheryl Suchors began writing at age six when she wrote a play starring her sister and herself. She continued to write poetry until she took a twenty-year detour through the business world. She holds degrees from Harvard Business School and Smith College. Her fiction, poetry, and essays have appeared in Limestone, The Distillery, RE:AL, and HerSports magazine, as well as in the anthology My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Losing and Leaving Friends. In her business career, she co-authored the book Own Your Own Cable System. Her debut memoir 48 PEAKS: Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains, publishes September 11, 2018. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with her husband and a plethora of plants. In her spare time, she visits their daughter, travels, and engages in political activism. She continues to hike every chance she gets, most recently in Poland and Canada. You can find her on Facebook at CherylSuchorsAuthor, on Twitter at @cherylsuchors, and at cherylsuchors.com.