I’d like to welcome the awesome M. Lorrox to my Creekside Café. M. Lorrox and I are both members of the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers and I’m thrilled to have him at my virtual café. M. Lorrox: Hi Sherri, I’m happy to be joining you, thanks so much for inviting me! Sherri: If I ever win the lottery, I’ll build a café near the … Continue reading Creekside Cafe Chat with M. Lorrox
Today I’d like to welcome fellow Heart of Carolina RWA member, Seralynn Lewis to my virtual café. It’s good to have you here. Seralynn: Thank you, it’s an honor to be here. Sherri: Your novel, Cassie’s Secrets is your debut novel? Are you traditionally published or Indie? Tell us about your journey to publishing your novel. Seralynn: Yes, Cassie’s Secrets is my debut novel. I … Continue reading Creekside Cafe Chat with Seralynn Lewis
Welcome to my Creekside Café author and poet, M. E. Aster. Do you go by Elijah? I have a grandson named Elijah we call Eli. Welcome to my virtual café. M.E.: Hi you can definitely call me Elijah or Eli. I also go by my Mandy in my day to day life but as an author I’m better known as Elijah so either works for … Continue reading Creekside Cafe Chat with M. E. Aster
I’m an alumni of Sarra’s Publish and Thrive Course and a huge fan of her Heart Breathing YouTube Channel. If you are an unpublished author or one who has yet to reach their full potential, you will benefit from taking this program. I did! The price of the course for this round is $399 if you pay in full. Sarra is also offering a 6-month … Continue reading Sarra Cannon’s Publish and Thrive Course
I am a dreamer but I also believe in working for those dreams. Nothing happens without a little work-equity. I have been taking an online class to help me reach my goals of becoming a better author and entrepreneur. If you are a writer or a small business owner I suggest following Sarra Canon’s YouTube videos Heart Breathings or better yet, take her online author … Continue reading I am a dreamer…
How many mistakes have I made on my journey to becoming a published author? Hmm, there are too many to name, but I will start with a few lingering ones that will hopefully help someone else when they are looking to get published. My first mistake was FEAR! I was afraid of trying to get published. I was scared to let others read my work. … Continue reading FEAR, my first mistake
The end of a decade. As we prepare to ring in the new year and the new decade, I find myself looking back over the past ten years. So much has happened in such a short time. After winning the Ann Peach Award in 2009 and joining Romance Writers of America, I started truly thinking about being a published writer ending the last decade on … Continue reading What a Decade!
Today I’d like to welcome Beth Bolden to Creekside Café. Beth it is so good to have you here today. Beth and I are both members of the Romance Writers of America and our local chapter, The Heart of Carolina. You have just released your thirteenth book, is that correct? Beth: Yes, Impossible Things is the second Star Shadow book, but my thirteenth contemporary novel. … Continue reading A Creekside Visit with Beth Bolden