For The Lancaster News
Beverly Cialone was sitting in her cubicle at her work study job at York Tech in 2002 when her office manager stopped by and casually asked Cialone what her career plans were.
“I’m going to be an author,” Cialone said.
“Don’t you think it’s time to put away childish dreams?” the manager asked, with a smirk on her face.
In her early 30s, Cialone had never considered her dreams “childish.”