Bibliography As a youth, Sharon had 10 years of piano training. She played for the church for 4 years. However, during her teen years,not knowing God's perfect plan for music in her life, she became uninterested. Singing was a key element in her ministry for 17 years as an evangelist. Sharon's writing talent was discovered in the Year 1998 in a form of a riveting, inspiring paperback entitled 'Stand'. 'Stand' describes her most harrowing experiences that occurred in corporate American and teaches the readers how to resolve work place conflict. A year later she was ordained as a Minister and was preparing to wed a couple. While searching for biblical Christian based teaching for her marriage counseling sessions, she found a love poem that was written to her friend who is now her husband. Although this poem was written 21 years prior, it was stirring and exhibited the potential of a great writer. Immediately, Sharon fell down at her bedside and weep before the Lord, repenting for not using her God given talent. She promised God that if he'd give her another chance, the gift would be used for His glory. Miraculously, 5 days later, she was solicited by mail from a California-based recording company for lyrics and music. There had been no prior contacts and until this day Sharon does not know how they obtained her name and address. This ignited her songwriting career. Under God's inspiration, all songs have been written. Her professional training, love for music and the gift to express emotion is a culmination of her natural God-given talent. Singing is more prevalent in her ministry today because people are more willing to listen to the message during these difficult times. Sharon is married to Lester Floyd and has two daughters Christina age 23 and Angelice age 10. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Wayne State University. Currently, she is pursuing a degree in Elementary Education. She has taken classical voice lessons under Ms. Streeby at the Mary Grove College of Detroit. Sharon has been employed for almost 30 years at a major corporation. Sharon's favorite mottos are: 'Remain positive and keep the faith because it will not fail you.' 'Relationships that have mutual respect, honesty and trust are priceless. Others aren't worth the headaches regardless of how lucrative they might be'.