Beryl Anthony Brackett is a native of Auburn, Alabama. Upon graduating high school, she attended Auburn-University Montgomery, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business. A very strong proponent of education, Beryl would go on to complete two Master’s degrees. She attended Central Michigan University earning an MSA and Clarion University where she earned a Master’s degree in Library Science. She currently serves as a Media Specialist in the Prince George’s County Public School System, where she introduces young readers to the exciting world of books and desires to instill a lifelong love of reading in each child.
She is an author of several books, including her childhood story, “Missing Daddy.” She and her son, Ryan, are authors of the children’s series Leah Grace. Beryl was inspired to publish a book for her grandchild and pitched the idea to Ryan, a talented writer. The first installment in the series is Leah Grace Bedtime Adventures. This story takes readers on an adventure to get Leah Grace into bed and falling fast asleep.
Beryl loves the written word, therefore she created BAB Reviews to provide book editing and publishing services. Through these services, she mentors and helps new authors navigate the complex task of putting their thoughts on paper and ultimately leading to a published book.
Although Beryl loves wring books, her heart is in writing inspiring stage plays. At the top of her bucket list is to showcase one of her plays at the Warner Theater in Washington, D.C. She has written over a dozen plays and has produced three in Waldorf, MD. They include the adaptation of her book, Missing Daddy; Have You Seen Him?; and It Could Have Been Me! Beryl desires to provide a fully immersed emotional experience for her audience. She wants to entertain and provide hope and an uplifting message as she highlights various life experiences and spread the good news of Jesus Christ.
Beryl currently lives in Maryland with her husband, Taurus. They have three adult sons, Taurus II, Ryan, and Aaron, as well as daughter-in-law, Shardey, and granddaughter Leah Grace.