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You Are Invited to a Book Signing

Evergreen Crystals is the fourth in the Leeward Files Series. Most of you were expecting Red Steel and that’s coming soon, I promise, but I thought I could whip out a little holiday romance, give the gals of Leeward their happy endings and move on, BUT…. When I started writing Evergreen Crystals it was just going to be something sweet and fluffy for the holidays. … Continue reading You Are Invited to a Book Signing

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Holiday Chat with Kathryn Louise Wood

Preparing for the Holidays with Kate Welcome to my virtual café, Kathryn, I’m so glad to have you here today. Kathryn: Thanks, Sherri! So happy to visit you in your cozy café. And feel free to call me Kate. Sherri: Thank you, Kate. I’m excited to have you here for the holidays. You really go all out with decorating and baking, don’t you? Kathryn: Oh, … Continue reading Holiday Chat with Kathryn Louise Wood

A Creekside Visit with Beth Bolden

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

Sipping Sodas and Chatting with LaDonna Holloman

Welcome LaDonna Holloman to my virtual café. It is so nice to have you with me today. LaDonna will be one of the authors signing and selling books at the Aurora Fossil Festival, Saturday, May 25th. I’m so glad you stopped by. LaDonna: Yes, thank you for inviting me. Sherri: LaDonna is a member of the Pamlico Writers’ Group, she joined about the time we … Continue reading Sipping Sodas and Chatting with LaDonna Holloman

On The Porch with Tammera Cooper

Today I’m sitting on the porch of Creekside Café with my writer-sister, Tammera Cooper. Tammera is a fellow member of the Pamlico Writers’ Group as well as a member of, the Heart of Carolina our local Romance Writers of America group, and the Women’s Fiction Writers Association. Welcome to Creekside, Tammy. Tammy: Thanks for the invite. It’s the perfect day to sit on the porch … Continue reading On The Porch with Tammera Cooper

I survived my first presentation

As chairperson of the Pamlico Writers’ Group, and more recently of our conference steering committee, I have been forced to do things that are uncomfortable, like public speaking. I know y’all think because I’m a big mouth broad I shouldn’t be sweating and fearing I’ll pass out just because my audience is ten times what I am comfortable with. I still get knock-kneed and tongue-tied … Continue reading I survived my first presentation