A Rogue by Any Other Name

by Sarah MacLean Narrated by Rosalyn Landor Cast from society with nothing but his title, the Marquess of Bourne has become partner in the most exclusive gaming hell in London. Cold and ruthless, he’ll stop at nothing to reclaim his inheritance, even compromise his childhood friend, Penelope Marbury, forcing her to marry him. A wager lost him everything, another might win him more than he … Continue reading A Rogue by Any Other Name

Chatting with Miranda Jameson

I’d like to welcome my new friend, author Miranda Jameson to Creekside Café. I started doing these interviews to help cross-promote my own books as well as introduce other authors to my friends and readers. Thank you for joining us here at my virtual café. Miranda: Absolutely, Sherri! It’s all about networking. I’m Indie published. It’s not an easy choice, but for most newish authors, … Continue reading Chatting with Miranda Jameson

I Need a Hero

What Makes a Man a Hero? I have six sons, a loving husband and several male relatives, all could be romantic heroes, at least to those who love them. We have military men, construction workers and volunteer firemen, first responders, dedicated fathers and Scout leaders, all embody the manly men who set feminine hearts aflutter. They are all good looking too, of course I’m probably … Continue reading I Need a Hero

Changes by: Mom

This was written for my son Jason just after his first deployment. This week is his birthday and I thought I’d post this poem. I love you Jay-bird. Winter, spring, summer and autumn Leafless trees to flowering bud New birth, new growth Fresh flowers. Spring showers Every thing is new Once more Little boys flying kites Sailing boats And swinging high Grow to be young … Continue reading Changes by: Mom

Unsung Heroes

Unsung Heroes When I first started working for the Pamlico News it was just in time for the Viet Nam Veteran’s Homecoming in Charlotte, North Carolina. In preparations for attending the homecoming with my father-in-law, I did several interviews with veterans of the Viet Nam War. The men and women I spoke to were from every branch of service. They told stories that could make … Continue reading Unsung Heroes