A Knight In Glendalough

A Knight In Glendalough
on Amazon.com

Sunday, May 29, 2011

It's been a good month.

Sales-wise I have almost reached 80 books sold for the month. For me, that is a record. I'd loOOoOOoove to break 100 for May but overall I'd be happy if I could just pull down 80 next month!

I am working on my book Cat Caponi, which is about a mob boss' daughter wanting to get into the family business. It's not all about crime or glorifying it, it's about her misadventures and the stumbling blocks put up by others, from her 'customers' to her own family!

I'm also working on a book (working title) The Things My Mother Never Taught Me. My own mom not only chose to skip teaching me a lot of the basic things, but also purposely taught me things incorrectly. Let's just say, she loved to use the 'scare tactic' when parenting hurdles came up. The book is kind of a list: from bullies at school or work, to dating, contraception, marriage, friendships, dreams, etc etc.

Lastly, I have a book in my mind I can't decide which way to go with. I have any idealic place (either a small town or a cabin at the lake kind of place) and I have the idea of those places rolling around in my head. I'm just not sure what kind of book I want to write. Perhaps about a person with inner demons, wanting to get them out, over and done with. Maybe a town setting with a small group of best friends who start leaving one friend out. Why? Yes, I really like both of these ideas.

If you have any ideas or thoughts on any of my books or ideas, please write and tell me! sherigill@rocketmail.com OR find me on facebook!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Eight of my books on Amazon.com and .99 cents each!

I finally have all eight of my books for sale on Amazon.com and each are just .99 cents. For some reason this site won't let me post an active link! If you go to Amazon.com and look up Sheri Gill it will take you to my books. Or enter the title A Knight In Glendalough and then click on my name at the top

I'm working on several books as well, one is a romance that takes place in Colonial Williamsburg :) and the other is a novel called (working title) Canning Tomatoes. It is a novel about friends, life, changes and of course, canning! I'm also working on a chick lit book that takes place in the south, for my Southun readers!

My oldest son edits each of my books.

What I really need is a cabin somewhere, a good laptop or my Ipad/keyboard and a stock of Bogle wine. I could write for weeks.