Ruth P. Watson lives in Atl. Ga with her family. She divides her time between being a business owner, writer, and educator. She’s the author of bestsellers Blackberry Days of Summer, An Elderberry Fall Cranberry Winter and children’s book, Who said a Girl can’t be the President? As a documentary filmmaker, her work has appeared on the Public Broadcast Channel. She is currently working on a new novel and film. Her book, Blackberry Days of Summer has been adapted into a musical stage play, Blackberry Daze, which premiered in Alexandria Virginia’s MetroStage on Sept. 1st and was nominated for the prestigious Helen Hayes award. She has published a children’s book in Zulu and English. She is the recipient of the Caversham Writer’s Residency, in Kwazulu, South Africa and 1st runner up in the Frank Derby Literary Award. She has written in several genres and enjoys inspiring children and adults through books. Soror Watson is on the Fulton Count y Arts Council and The Delta Sigma Theta Inc. National Arts and Letters Commission.