Sharon Myrick’s New Book, ‘To Lay in Fear’ is an Empowering Prose That Brings Light to the Discrimination Faced by Women in the Contemporary Era

Sharon Myrick, a loving grandmother who currently resides in Pennsylvania with her precious granddaughters, has completed her new book, “To Lay In Fear”: an insightful piece that highlights the lengths a woman has to go through in order to be respected by the society she’s living in. This is a highly relevant story that follows the life of Anna and her fight to maintain the house she’s occupying with her children. This story of justice is meant to encourage a lot of women to not let other people trample their human rights.

Sharon writes, “To Lay in Fear describes the nightmarish situations that no woman should ever have to be put through in order to find and maintain suitable housing.

“Finding affordable housing in the rental market is hard enough, but when you have children, there can be additional demands on your income, which reduce the amount of funds available for housing.

“The women in To Lay in Fear are victims of their socioeconomic condition that allows the dehumanization of women to flourish in today’s society.”

Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Sharon Myrick’s new book is a riveting exposition aimed to provide strength and courage to women who have been treated like fools and are taken advantage of by cunning people.

Readers can purchase “To Lay In Fear” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.