#SuccessInSight

#SuccessInSight

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Sharon Holzscherer has written about education and education reform, assisting schools and families to achieve student academic success.

Patterns of Disorder is her first foray into the conspiracy/mystery world of fiction. Drawing from her vast experience with learning disabilities, Sharon weaves a story of a massive conspiracy in the most unlikely of arenas. Patterns of Disorder combines action and tension with thought-provoking questions about the modern world's reaction to children with ADHD.

Click here to find Patterns of Disorder on Amazon. And Sharon invites you to connect with her on LinkedIn to chat about writing and her work.

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The SuccessInSight Podcast is a production of Fox Coaching, Inc. and First Story Strategies.

Link to Success InSight Podcast: https://www.successinsightpodcast.com/2019/11/sharon-holzscherer.html

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