Sherri is a multitasker extraordinaire. She has written professionally for more than twenty years but is a Jill of many trades, with experience in sales, marketing, public relations, event planning, aviation, and yoga instruction.
Her fitness and health column, “For the Fun of Fit,” appears bi-weekly in the Carroll County Times and her first novel, What’s Left Untold, was a finalist in the Women’s Fiction Writers Association Rising Star Contest.
When not writing or practicing sun salutations, Sherri enjoys hiking, paddleboarding, trail running, traveling, wine tasting, and curling up with a good book and a steaming cuppa. She is also a competitive triathlete and a two-time Ironman finisher.
Sherri lives in Maryland with her husband, three daughters, and two Labrador retrievers.
Interview with Debut Authors 2020
What sparked the idea for What’s Left Untold? Are the characters based on real people? What significant change took place during the editing process?
Read the interview to learn more and to meet other new 2020 authors!
Awards & Recognition
Finalist, Women’s Fiction Writers Association Rising Star Contest, 2015