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Cheryl R. Lane
Cheryl R. Lane
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 11
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: May 18
  • Member Since: Apr 2018
  • Profile Views: 8,790
  • Followers: 31
  • Writing:

    Contemporary Romance Historical Romance Romantic Suspense New Adult Romance Paranormal Romance Historical Fiction
BIOGRAPHY

I am the author of the historical romance Wellington Cross Series, the paranormal romance Angel Series, and the new Wellington Patriot Series. I have been self-publishing my books since December 2012. My book, Sunrise Kisses, was a finalist in the 2018 Golden Quill Award Contest sponsored by Golden Box Books Publishing! Also, Wellington Cross, my debut novel, was nominated in the 2017 Top Female Author award, Wellington Letters was nominated for the 2018 Top Female Author award, and Whispers From the Past has been nominated for the 2019 Top Female Author award. I grew up in East Tennessee and moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia, after I got married to my high-school sweetheart. We have a son and a Havanese dog. I enjoy gardening, walking, traveling, reading, and spending time with my family and friends.

  • Cheryl R. Lane

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Whispers From the Past

Publish Date: Nov 18, 2018

Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Women's Fiction, Teen & Young Adult

Cheryl R. Lane's Books

Whispers From the Past

Whispers From the Past

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Publication Date: Nov 18, 2018

Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Women's Fiction, Teen & Young Adult

Wellington Beaus (Wellington Cross Series Book 5)

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Publication Date: May 06, 2017

Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense, Romance, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

4.9 (14 ratings)

Wellington Letters (Wellington Cross Series Book 6)

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Publication Date: Nov 18, 2017

Historical Romance, Romance, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

5 (4 ratings)

Wellington Belle (Wellington Cross Series Book 4)

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Publication Date: Oct 01, 2016

Historical Mysteries, Mysteries, Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense, Romance, Historical Fiction

4.8 (17 ratings)

Wellington Grove (Wellington Cross Series Book 2)

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Publication Date: Jan 14, 2014

Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense, Romance, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

4.1 (64 ratings)

Wellington Rose (Wellington Cross Series Book 3)

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Publication Date: Jan 31, 2015

Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense, Romance, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

4.5 (38 ratings)

Starlight Wishes (Angel Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Sep 29, 2015

Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Women's Fiction, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

5 (6 ratings)

Wellington Cross (Wellington Cross Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Dec 05, 2012

Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense, Romance, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

3.8 (158 ratings)

Cheryl R. Lane Interview

  • On 22, 07 2018

    Cheryl R. Lane interview

    If you are reading a series written by Cheryl R. Lane, and you notice that almost every one of the books has a picnic in them, it is because Lane grew up in East Tennessee, where her family took her on a lot of picnics by the lake, as well as a lot of hiking trips to the woods. Lane is a self-published author who wrote her first book, a historical romance called Wellington... read full interview

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    • Donna 1 dayAuthor
    • Hi Cheryl, I am a blind author with a middle school/young adult novel called The Heart of Applebutter Hill. I'm writing to ask if you would kindly vote for my book cover in the book cover comp? I've made it into Round 3. I am using this opportunity to raise awareness about blindness, accessibility, guide dogs and other disabilities. This novel is educator-recommended for its diversity, anti-bullying and inclusion themes. I would appreciate your help! :)
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      • cherylreneelaneauthor 3 monthsAuthor
      • I've gotten most of my reviews for my first book, Wellington Cross. There are some really good ones on there and also some really bad ones. It hurts to read the bad ones, but there are a lot more good ones to make up for it. I've come to realize that you can't please everyone, and most people who leave reviews are either really positive about it or really negative. I share the good ones on social media to try and get more people to read my books. It's our best marketing tool.
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    • allauthor 3 monthsAllauthor
    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • cherylreneelaneauthor 3 monthsAuthor
      • I have a "day job" outside of writing, so fitting in time to write can be difficult sometimes, but I believe if you want to keep focused on the book you're writing, it's good to spend at least an hour a day (or five days a week; I often take weekends off). In that hour, I might do actual writing or I might do research related to the book, or I might write/organize notes for my chapters. By keeping the ideas and stories in my head fresh, it's easier to get to the end.
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