About Author
Cheryl Wright
Cheryl Wright
  • Country: Australia
  • Books: 30
  • Profession: Full-time Author
  • Born: July 5
  • Member Since: Mar 2017
  • Profile Views: 14,824
  • Followers: 93
  • Writing:

    Contemporary Romance Historical Romance Romantic Suspense Western Romance
BIOGRAPHY

I write about cowboys - and the women who love them.

Multi-published author, Cheryl Wright, former secretary, debt collector, account manager, writing instructor, and shopping tour hostess, loves reading.

She writes historical and contemporary western romance, as well as romantic suspense and contemporary and small-town romance.

She lives in Melbourne, Australia, and is married with two adult children and has six grandchildren. When she's not writing, she can be found in her craft room.

  • Cheryl Wright

Book Views: 32

Mail Order Brides of Dayton Falls Box Set (Books 1-3)

Publish Date: Oct 29, 2019

Genre: Historical Romance, Western Romance, Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction

Cheryl Wright's Books

Mail Order Brides of Dayton Falls Box Set (Books 1-3)

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Publication Date: Oct 29, 2019

Historical Romance, Western Romance, Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction

Oakdale Romance Duet Collection

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Publication Date: Oct 21, 2019

Contemporary Romance, Romance, Western Romance

Rescuing the Preacher (Christmas Rescue Book 1)

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Publication Date: Nov 29, 2019

Historical Romance, Romance, Western Romance, Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction

A Groom for Christmas (Spinster Mail-Order Brides Book 9)

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Publication Date: Nov 19, 2019

Historical Romance, Romance, Western Romance, Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction

The Beast's Pretend Marriage

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Publication Date: Oct 02, 2019

Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction

5 (2 ratings)

Eleanor's Dilemma (The Belles of Wyoming Book 19)

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Publication Date: Sep 12, 2019

Historical Mysteries, Historical Romance, Romance, Western Romance, Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction

5 (5 ratings)

A Bride for Christmas (Spinster Mail-Order Brides Book 2)

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Publication Date: Jul 11, 2019

Historical Romance, Romance, Western Romance, Christian Fiction

4.8 (16 ratings)

A Family for Christmas (Spinster Mail-Order Brides Book 5)

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Publication Date: Jul 23, 2019

Historical Romance, Romance, Western Romance, Christian Fiction

4.8 (9 ratings)

Cheryl Wright Interview

  • On 25, 05 2018

    Cheryl Wright interview

    A teacher and writer, author Cheryl Wright was a horse-gal as a child and a rockstar as a teenager. She is very sensitive to the needs of her readers, which is why she has decided to write a spin-off series for the beloved Deputy Chris Dolan from the Callahan Brothers series. This series will be called River Valley Lawmen and is the next masterpiece she is working... read full interview

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      • cherylwrightauthor 1 monthAuthor
      • There are several writers who write in the same genre as me, and have a similar style. One that comes to mind is Margaret Tanner.

        Margaret and I have been real-life friends for around twenty years, and edit each other's work. We spend a lot of time thrashing out plots and other ideas too.

        Pam Crooks, Kathleen Ball, P Creeden, and Charlene Raddon are other authors who I feel their books resemble my mine. Honestly, I could go on, but I've already told you more than you asked.
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      • cherylwrightauthor 1 monthAuthor
      • The cover is the first thing a reader sees. It needs to be outstanding, not just good. Titles and blurbs are the same. I can spend an entire day - sometimes longer - getting the blurb right. Same with the title.

        All these things draw the reader in. If they don't do their job, the reader isn't willing to take a chance on my stories. And that's what it's all about, right?
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
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      • cherylwrightauthor 1 monthAuthor
      • I know loads of authors who won't or don't read reviews. I do. I use them to make my books better. Reviews often shine a light on things we as authors don't realize - one reviewer was upset because one of my books didn't have a wedding scene. She felt cheated, even though there was a proposal. All my books since then have had a wedding scene.

        Another review was upset something in the story wasn't tied up completely. (A nasty character wasn't punished as she thought he should have been.)

        From then on, I made sure all those little things were tied up properly.

        It's not often I get these sorts of comments, but when I do, I listen.
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