Honored as a Literary Diva

What Do Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelou and Shelia M. Goss All Have in Common?

Shelia M Goss, author of My Invisible Husband, was honored along with Oprah Winfrey and Maya Angelou in Heather Covington’s new release “Literary Divas: The Top 100+ Most Admired African American Women in Literature.”

Dallas, TX — Shelia M Goss, Author of My Invisible Husband, was listed along with Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelou, Terry McMillian and other distinguished women of literature as a Literary Diva in Heather Covington’s new release Literary Divas: The Top 100+ Most Admired African American Women in Literature.

A Shreveport, LA native, Shelia has always dreamed of being a writer. She didn’t pursue that dream however until she was downsized from a Fortune 500 company back in 2001. In between looking for a new job and trying to survive, Shelia wrote several novels. She invested some of her severance package into her writing career and from 2003 until now, she has received numerous accolades.

One of her books was listed on the Essence Magazine and Dallas Morning News Bestsellers lists. She’s also been mentioned in various articles in publications like the New York Times and Writer’s Digest. She’s the recipient of three Shades of Romance Magazine Reader’s Choice Multi-Cultural Awards and the 2004 Oneswan Productions Female Author of the Year.

After achieving some success on her own, she was picked up by Urban Soul, a women’s fiction imprint of Kensington Books. My Invisible Husband will be her first book released by Kensington this fall.

Besides writing fiction, Shelia is an entertainment writer.  

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