Count Your Blessings Not Sales Whenever I start to get depressed because my writing career isn’t taking off like I’d hoped I am reminded of how blessed I am by the people who support me. I never want to forget that you guys— my friends, neighbors, my community and especially my family are right here reading my books, helping promote them, offering encouragement. While I … Continue reading Counting My Blessings
Today I am happy to welcome a new writer friend, Terry Conrad to my Creekside Café on this rainy day. It is so good to have you here. Terry: It’s good to be here. I loved living in the Raleigh area and have many fond memories of my time in NC. Sherri: I’m on my way to Raleigh for the North Carolina Book Festival. Are … Continue reading Terry Conrad Visits Creekside Cafe
Sleeping Mallows by Tammera Cooper Sleeping Mallows is the second in the Water Street Chronicles, the sequel to Drenched Sunflowers. The story of Beth Pearse, her husband and Sam are simmering in the background while a mysterious woman turns up the heat and everything threatens to boil over. A dog, a boy, a ghost, a hurricane and an unplanned romance come together to add to … Continue reading Review of Sleeping Mallows
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 bought “Mommy’s Big Red Monster Truck” for my grandson, Eli. Like Alison’s son, he loves big trucks. Continue reading Chatting with Alison Paul Klakowicz
I just had my second book signing and my first experience co-signing with my friend and mentor, Marni Graff. I was surprised at the ease in which we were able to blend our thoughts and ideas, and talk about our books. It felt natural, sharing the stage with Marni. We’ve discussed books so often that in many ways, it just felt like a discussion among … Continue reading Friend and Mentor
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