Wellington author Stacie Ramey held a book launch party for The Sister Pact on Saturday, Nov. 14 in West Palm Beach. Books were sold by Classic Bookshop of Palm Beach.
A portion of proceeds were donated to the nonprofit organization To Write Love on Her Arms by both the author and the book seller. The group provides education about mental health and suicide prevention.
Approximately 150 people attended the book launch for Ramey’s debut novel. In attendance were board members from the Cream Literary Alliance, Ann Mallen and Nancy Sims. Also in attendance was local writing mentor Joyce Sweeney.
An intensely beautiful and heart-wrenching debut novel, The Sister Pact explores the bond between sisters and the secrets we keep from the ones we love most.
Ramey is a Wellington resident and a speech pathologist who works at Wellington High School. She attended the University of Florida and Penn State, where she received her master’s degree in speech pathology.
When she is not writing, Ramey finds her happiness by engaging in Netflix wars with her three children and beating her husband in Scrabble. The family has two dogs they adopted from Big Dog Ranch Rescue.
Visit www.stacieramey.com to learn more about The Sister Pact.
ABOVE: Wellington author Stacie Ramey (second from right) with friends at the Nov. 14 launch party for The Sister Pact.