E. Mei Shen's New Book "A Tale Out of Season" is an Intriguing Biography of a Woman Who Did Not Allow the World to Stand in the Way of Her Dreams, or Her Life.
New York, NY, April 5, 2017 (Newswire.com) - E. Mei Shen, M.D, a pathologist, has written her most recent book “A Tale Out Of Season”: a gripping and full bodied memoir of a woman who has seen much of the world, had a successful career, built a beautiful family, and loved every minute.
Published by Fulton Books, E. Mei Shen’s book is a remarkable memoir of the author, who was born in Indonesia of Chinese parents. She grew up in different countries in Southeast Asia and received her medical degree in the Philippines. She came to the US for her postdoctoral training in Massachusetts lasting five years. After which, she left the United States for two years, returning to the US as an immigrant to begin a career in pathology lasting more than thirty years. Within these years, she details her experience in a field dominated by men, learning how to compete with them, and to fit in amiably. She was also a witness to the convulsive changes in healthcare.
Her personal life involved marriage, three children raised in the turmoil of finding reliable babysitters, managing different school schedules, and the emergence of the first-ever latchkey kids.
Despite the trials and tribulations of work and family, the journey has been worthwhile and gratifying.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “A Tale Out Of Season” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books