Wednesday Wonder Woman: Beverly Vercher


How would you describe your swagher?  What makes Beverly, Beverly?

I describe SwagHer as women’s empowerment. What makes me, me is my heart. My heart has been broken many times by many people that I loved and yet I’m still able to love them and others unconditionally.

Tell us a little about Good Hearts are the Easiest Broken.

Good Hearts are the Easiest Broken is an inspiring story of love, family secrets, loss, heartache, brokenness, mental illness, abuse, prayer, God’s love and his plan for our lives.

What inspired you to write your book?

I wanted to write a love story that was not only romantic but inspiring and spiritual.

What do you want readers to take away from it?

I wanted my readers to finish reading this book feeling empowered, and with a better understanding of the power of prayer.  

You took a little break between this book and your first book, Back At One. May we ask why?

I actually started writing Good Hearts are the Easiest Broken immediately after publishing Back At One, but I went through a few tough moments in my life that caused me to get distracted and have a very long period of writer’s block. It took a lot of prayer and meditation for me to start back writing again and when I did, the story just flowed. And now that it’s completed, I feel that everything that I went through helped me write a better story so full of emotions.


Do you have a writing routine? If so, please share.

I dedicate at least 2 hours to writing everyday. Even if I don’t want to work on my current project, I’ll write poetry or a short story just to keep my creative vibes flowing. I find that the more I write the more I want to write, and the ideas are limitless.

Who are some of your favorite authors?

I love Zane, Terry McMillan, Carl Weber, Kimberla Lawson Roby, and  Stephanie Henderson.

What obstacles have you had to overcome in your career?

My biggest obstacles have been balancing my job, my family, my social life, my career as a writer, and everything that goes along with it. Now that my children are grown it’s easier to balance everything but I still have to sit down with my husband and prioritize my obligations.

Outside of writing, what else do you do?

I work full time, and I’m also the President of a social club called Beauty & Brains. My social club attends lots of events for other clubs which keeps me busy, but when I do have an “off-week”, I spend time with my family.

Do you have any future products you would like to share with our followers?

Yes! I’m so excited to announce that the follow-up to Good Hearts are the Easiest Broken is called Shattered but not Broken. This story will occur about 10 years later. The children will be older and more present in the story. They will have to deal with losing their mom, being contacted by their dad, as well as James, the man that molested Priscilla and so many other things while sticking to the subject of prayer and God.

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