“Call to Witness” Receives High Reviews and Rankings on Amazon

When Attorney Patrick J. Reilly consulted with author Sherry Blackman for her book Call to Witness, a true story based on one of Reilly’s cases, he didn’t expect the book to receive the high accolades it has from readers and sellers alike.

The text is currently ranked as #24 in the Best Sellers list for Disability Law and #37 for Discrimination Constitutional Law.  The book has also received an average 5 out of 5 star rating by Amazon readers.

You can read the reviews on Amazon.com here→

Call to Witness details the true story of Jane Gagliardo‘s struggle with discrimination at the hands of her employer and her triumph over one of the biggest pharmaceutical giants with the help of Attorney Reilly and his team.

 

Book Signing Event in Sparta NJ

I’m happy to announce I will be signing copies of Call to Witness at Sparta Books in Sparta NJ on Thursday October 24th from 6:30PM until 8PM. Please stop by with your copy and say hello. More information is available here→ Thank you and I hope to see you there. Sherry Blackman.

A Conversations With Sherry Blackman: PRX.org

I recently was featured on Public Radio Exchange PRX.org with host Guy Rathbun as part of his IdeaSphere: A Platform for Today’s Voices series to talk in-depth about Call To Witness. You can listen to the full audio stream interview here→

Pocono Record: East Stroudsburg woman fights for workplace rights

Stacy M. Brown of the Pocono Record featured Jane Gagliardo’s fight for workplace rights, which is the basis for Call To Witnessin a wonderful news article that has been posted on the paper’s Website. You can read the article here→ Many thanks to Stacy and the Pocono Record for this news article.