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Creekside Cafe Chat with Natalie Bartley

Welcome Natalie, it is so good to have you at my virtual café. Natalie: Thank you Sherri, it’s a pleasure to be here. Sherri: Natalie and I met through our Twitter group Shameless Self-Promo. I am so glad I got involved with this group. I have met some wonderful people. Natalie: It has been a very supportive community, and I’m glad I found it. Sherri: … Continue reading Creekside Cafe Chat with Natalie Bartley

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Creekside Café Chat with author Tiffany Christina Lewis

Welcome Tiffany Christina Lewis to Creekside Café. It is great to have you here. Tiffany: Thanks for having me Sherri! Sherri: Your recent blog post titled “Scary Genre: Romance” made me laugh. At first, I wanted to call you on it but then as I read on, I realized we have the same problem, the interpretation of romance. I thought I was a romance writer … Continue reading Creekside Café Chat with author Tiffany Christina Lewis

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The Spinster Who Saved a Scoundrel

The Spinster Who Saved a Scoundrel by Christi Caldwell Narrated by Tim Campbell Tim Campbell’s sexy baritone makes listening to The Spinster Who Saved a Scoundrel a sensation for the ear, mind and heart. He brings the story to life and ignites the senses with his sultry voice but it’s the story that makes you believe in the possibilities. Christi Caldwell has made a career … Continue reading The Spinster Who Saved a Scoundrel

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Some Like It Scandalous

Some Like It Scandalous By Maya Rodale Narrated by Charlotte North Ugly Duckling Daisy Swann finds herself engaged to her sworn enemy, Theodore Prescott the Third. Theodore, one of the spoiled rogues of Manhattan’s elite has finally done it. He has pushed his father too far with his antics and the only way out of his current predicament is marry a woman above reproof, one … Continue reading Some Like It Scandalous

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Grief

Grief in reality versus grief in fiction. I don’t know how to grieve. I tend to push my emotions down until they bubble over like a boiling pot. When my daddy died, I acted like a hostess during his funeral. I couldn’t keep still. I had to move around speaking to people, thanking them for coming. I couldn’t let go and deal with my sadness … Continue reading Grief