Pittsburgh, PA Author Publishes Personal Philosophy Book
June 21, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment NewsWhat Does it Mean?, a new book by Cedria Scott, has been released by RoseDog Books.
What Does it Mean? was written to work as an informant and/or support system. Everyone is alive, but there are things that prevent us from truly living. What does it mean to live to you? Do you consider yourself to be completely living? It takes precious time to achieve the happiness, health, and success that we aim for. To be completely honest, a lot of things are superficial in a way.
The author may not have life fully figured out… but so far she has created many philosophies. Just come think with her, exploring her mind and your own. Unlock the unknown…
About the Author
Cedria Scott was born and raised in Pittsburgh. In Pittsburgh, she grew up with a family of: four brothers, one sister, and her father. Growing up without a mother was challenging, but writing poetry assisted her along the way. She began writing in middle school in a Shrek notebook. At the time, poetry was pure entertainment, but as she aged, it became more therapeutic. The more she wrote, the more she loved it. As her love for poetry grew, her love for math did as well. She always loved school and took it seriously. During elementary and middle school she would conduct an imaginary class every day after school to teach herself and to complete her homework. Her students were in her "classroom" all year round.
Graduating from Brashear high school in 2017 in the top ten of her class was only the beginning. Due to her love for writing, math, and education, Cedria always knew she wanted to be a teacher. The decision for what subject to teach, was made in eighth grade. She was off to a powerful start.
Currently, Cedria is a college sophomore furthering her education at The Pennsylvania State University where she is majoring in middle level math education. Aside from attending classes, she also works in the Pollock dining commons. After college, she plans on teaching eighth grade algebra in Maryland.