Creekside Cafe Chat with Reese Ryan

Reese and I met when she was president of the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, her open, engaging smile and outgoing personality made her an excellent and inclusive president, welcoming all who attended. I am so excited to welcome Reese Ryan to Creekside Café. Reese: Thank you for this opportunity. Sherri: I’ve been wanting to ask you back to the area since the workshop you gave the … Continue reading Creekside Cafe Chat with Reese Ryan

A Visit with Tabetha Waite

Today I’m excited to welcome Tabetha Waite to the Creekside Café. Tabetha is a small-town girl from Missouri who has written several historical romances. Welcome to Eastern North Carolina via the internet. Tabetha: Thanks for your generous offer to host me, it’s so sweet of you. Sherri: Not at all, I love discovering and talking to new authors. Though you’re not exactly new, you have … Continue reading A Visit with Tabetha Waite

Audiobook Review When a Scot Ties the Knot

When a Scot Ties The Knot by Tessa Dare, Read by Carmen Rose Another Chirp audiobook. I forgot how good a story-teller Tessa Dare is, but When a Scot Ties The Knot reminded me of why I love her books. Madeline Gracechurch and Logan McKenzie step out of the pages and into our hearts as their story is brought to life through Carmen Rose’s gentle … Continue reading Audiobook Review When a Scot Ties the Knot

Labels and Genres

Where do my stories fit? When I first started writing I believed I was a romance writer. In the past ten years, I’ve focused my attention on writing what I call romantic suspense. Defining my stories and finding the right home for them hasn’t been easy. Although the Leeward Files is a series, each book is a little different. Chrome Pink is more women’s fiction, … Continue reading Labels and Genres

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