Cheyney Alexandria Easely Fermin, author of upcoming self help book, “Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow” has had a career as a clinical research professional for the past nine years.  She received an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University, a Master’s degree in public health from Boston University, and has studied the healthcare system in Costa Rica.

 

Self Help, Personal Growth, Tactful Tidbits For a Tasteful Tomorrow

Tactful Tidbits For a Tasteful Tomorrow is set to launch, Summer 2016 (tactfultidbits.com)

Fermin currently lives in Massachusetts with her husband and daughter, and has a diverse network of friends that helped to inspire the collection of stories in Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow.  She is an upbeat, happy person, who chooses to spend time with people who make her smile.  In anticipation of her upcoming book, MUI Daily News had a chance to speak with her and learn a little bit about the woman behind the stories.

 

“The book started off as a joke among friends,” she said, “We would always talk about funny stories from our lives and from people that we knew, we always say ‘we’ll put it in the book,’ and then one day, I just started to write.” According to Fermin, the book “pretty much wrote itself. “I realized I had 10,000 words, all I needed was 24,000 words to write half of a book.  That is when I realized I could really write a book.”

 

The book is full of these “tactful tidbits” designed to help a person be a little more understanding, and have a little more tact in their day-to-day lives.  “I think Tactful Tidbits has something to offer for everyone, both genders,” Fermin said, “Everyone will find something that they will be able to relate to.”

 

One of the more humorous “tidbits” in the book is the worthwhile advice to be mindful where one leaves their underwear when staying at someone’s house as a guest.  This, she told MUI Daily News, happened to her on numerous occasions.  Equal parts humorous and life changing, “Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow” is a fun and lighthearted read for everyone looking to exert a little bit of tact daily.  Fermin’s main goal in writing this book: “If I can make one person smile, or smirk, or laugh out load, or just make them happy for 30 seconds, then I have done something good for humanity.”

 

Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow is set to be released this Summer on Amazon as both an eBook and a print book.  For more information, you can visit tactfultidbits.com and/or socialize with the author on Facebook and Instagram.

 

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