Sally's memoir, FROM SCRATCH, is published and doing well. It tells the story of building her own home while rebuilding her life, after a sexual assault and a thirty-five year marriage ending in divorce.
She is also the author of two stories in the multiple award-winning, A Christmas Sampler: Sweet, Funny, and Strange Holiday Tales, a published article in 11:11 Magazine, an Honorable Mention, Inspirational Catagory, in the 78th Writer's Digest Competition, and a finalist in the Salem Writing Contest. As a spiritual counselor in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, she works from her beloved writing cabin in the woods, built with her own hands.
Sally W. Paradysz has an essay, Tool-Belt Spirituality, in the book, 65 Things to Do When You Retire: 65 Notable Achievers on How to Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life. It appears alongside essays from such well-known authors as Jimmy Carter and Gloria Steinem. And an essay in the book: 70 Things To Do When You Turn 70.