Danielle Siler, GSEHD CERT ’00, MA ’01, recently released her debut novel, Secrets on Tobacco Road (Rising Storm, LLC; May 17, 2013).
Road‘s story begins in New Orleans during the middle of the 1800’s, centering around two affluent families, the Devereuxs and the Marchands. The book follows what happens after the patriarchs of these families devise a plan to merge their dynasties into one empire.
This is the first novel in the “Secret Chronicles” series of books that will follow the lives, loves and losses of the characters introduced in Road. Secrets on Tobacco Road is available now in print and kindle format at amazon.com and other online book retailers.
Siler has a career in government and runs a health and wellness business. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA and both a graduate certificate in job development and placement and a master’s degree in education and human development from GW.
Siler also holds a certificate in therapeutic massage from the National Massage Therapy Institute in Falls Church, VA and a certificate in advanced mind body medicine from the Center for Mind Body Medicine in Washington, DC. She lives in Washington, DC with her two daughters.