Celebrating its 10th Year in Downtown Northville,
the Buy Michigan Now Festival welcomes Cheryl Phillips
Northville, MI – Cheryl Phillips, author of GG’s Journey: From Lost to Loved, is excited to participate in the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Buy Michigan Now Festival in downtown Northville. Phillips will be signing books and connecting with readers from 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 5. This is the perfect opportunity to talk with Phillips about her inspiring story. Don’t have a book? They will be available in stores for purchase during the event.
Second chances and compassion is what GG’s Journey is all about. Found lying under a tree in Detroit, Gorgeous Gal, also known as GG, was struggling to survive when Cheryl Phillips came along. GG deserved a second chance, and that is what Phillips gave her.
Phillips writes the story of GG’s long and tumultuous journey. From her rescue to encountering a near-death experience in a shelter to her recovery, Phillips was determined to find GG the loving home of her dreams.
What readers are saying:
"GG's story is a compelling one. I followed her tumultuous journey through discovery, life-threatening illness, adoption and finally, true happiness and contentment in a loving home. Even with the daily knowledge of GG's trials and tribulations, I anticipated each new page--looking for reassurances that GG would complete her journey successfully. A smart, fast-paced read that provides a view into the inner workings of the systems that support, and fail, our four-legged friends." - Melonie C.
“The book GG's Journey is a classic. It was written with LOVE from the heart and when you are reading it, you feel like you are taking the journey with GG. I can tell you there is no word complimentary enough to describe it” - Virginia C "G"
Each year the governor proclaims the first week of August as Buy Michigan Week. The city of Northville, Michigan, celebrates by throwing a three-day party, locally recognized as the Buy Now Michigan Festival. This event includes food and street vendors, live music, children’s activities, and showcases Michigan-based companies and Michigan-made products. Main and Center streets are closed and blocked off to make it easy to navigate, shop, and dine with ease. Admission and parking are free. The overall goal of this festival is to focus on revitalizing the economy, one product, one purchase, and one person at a time. This year’s festival takes place Aug 3 to Aug 5 from 4-8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Sunday.