My Book Updates

It's hard to believe that Sacred Ashes was published two years ago! It's been a great experience and I've had such amazing feedback from so many who have read Dani's story. I haven't marketed much but when book two comes out I'll begin doing some more of that. 

Speaking of that...

Book Two is almost ready to publish, and it's called The Confession of Tobias Tucker. It's Grace's story and I really enjoyed writing it. I'm working on a cover and think I may have finally made a decision about that. Not sure why, but sometimes it seems like titles and covers are harder to create than the actual book! 


I've been thinking about dragging out the first book I ever wrote and rewriting, now that I know what I'm doing. I loved the story, but I'm sure I didn't tell it well back then. We shall see.

I have some non-fiction projects that I've been playing with lately. One is a series of informational brochures about hospice, which is my heart. Another one is about life lessons that I've learned along with writing lessons. I'm also playing around with a book about getting older - because I am - and how to do that in God's grace. 

Ideas pop into my head all the time and usually I write them down - don't want to lose them. The latest one came to me while I was sitting with my husband's grandfather in the hospital. It's intriguing. Don't know exactly where I'd go with it yet, but it has my interest and I might need to follow where it leads. 

I find that I neglect my social media pages and need to update and refresh them. So, look for some new things on Pinterest and more information on Facebook as things progress. 

Thanks so much for stopping by and catching up. If you've read Sacred Ashes and enjoyed it I'd love to hear from you. If you didn't like it, well, I'd like to hear from you, too. I'm always learning and appreciate all viewpoints - as long as they're offered with grace. 

You can reach me at:  sherristone62@hotmail.com 

I love writing and hope you're enjoying Dani's story and looking forward to what comes next. I know I am. 


Sherri