A naked girl gets swept downstream and is fished out by four women fly fishers. Tales of adventure, as well as stories of renewal, discovery, and tragedy follow the five women as they find each other (and themselves) through the sport of fly fishing.
Through the voice of each character, The Reel Sisters fosters the notion that fly fishing has the potential to transcend age, gender, culture, and even socioeconomic barriers, and can occasionally be the glue that binds us.
The Reel Sisters is a story about the power of women friendships, and how we learn a little bit about ourselves each time we step into the river. By the end of the book, you’ll want to start planning your own Reel Sisters adventures.
About the Author:
Michelle Cummings started writing The Reel Sisters in 2009 and it has been a labor of love since then. She has authored five books in the team-building field. She took her first fly fishing class in May 2009 and has been hooked ever since. This is her first novel.
Michelle has her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Experiential Education. At her core, she loves to provide opportunities for people to step outside their comfort zones and learn something new about themselves. She hopes this book does the same thing, and encourages more women to take up fly fishing. She is the founder of Training Wheels, a team-building organization, and co-founder of Personify Leadership, a leadership development company.
Michelle grew up on a farm in Norton, Kansas, and currently lives in Littleton, Colorado, with her husband and two sons.