Author Sheridan Wittig’s new book, ‘Bishop Brown: Talent Discovered’, is an exciting coming-of-age tale of adventure and self-discovery

Sheridan Wittig has completed her new book, “Bishop Brown: Talent Discovered”: a coming-of-age tale about a boy who has a rare, extraordinary Talent that turns his ordinary life upside down.
Wittig’s love for words and storytelling is legendary in her family. She spent 20 years as an educator before moving to the job of her dreams: writing and working in the publishing industry. “Do what you gotta, then do what you love,” she says.
In this thrilling tale, Bishop is an average kid living an average life—until he isn’t. After he finds a letter from his late grandfather, he discovers he has Talent. With his oldest friend, the support of his family, an ancient prophecy, and a rivalry between two groups of Talented people, Bishop is destined for great things. He is thrown into an ancient struggle going back for hundreds of years.
Readers who want to join Bishop’s adventure, and maybe even discover Talents of their own, can purchase “Bishop Brown: Talent Discovered” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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