Discovering a New Author

I belong to several on-line groups both on Facebook and Instagram, through these groups I’ve been exposed to new authors. Some authors’ books have been suggested by fellow members of the group and others are members of the groups themselves. I found Clara Winter while we were both participating in a writers’ loop. In the loop we follow each other, check out each other’s posts, … Continue reading Discovering a New Author

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

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