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Sheri Lynn

Sheri Lynn
BIOGRAPHY

I am Sheri Lynn. I write as Sheri Lynn and Sheridan Knight. I grew up an Army brat, so my childhood involved moving every three years. However, truly a southern gal, I currently reside in Alabama with my husband, two Chihuahuas, a mean cat, turtle, and a teenage daughter. I have two sons, who live on their own, and a stepson and stepdaughter.
Romance novels have always been my first reading choice. I'm a hopeless romantic, and that trait materializes in every aspect of my life. “Wearing your heart on your sleeve” has been a common phrase repeatedly heard throughout my life. Writing romance and happily ever afters comes naturally.
Whether a result of my childhood, or not, I love to travel. Warm weather and beautiful beaches are always my choice destination.

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Follow Suit
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Follow Suitby Sheri LynnPublish: Jun 01, 2019Contemporary Romance Romance
Shandi's Surrender (Heroes of Neoma Book 2)
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Shandi's Surrender (Heroes of Neoma Book 2)by Sheridan KnightPublish: Aug 13, 2019Romantic Suspense Romance Science Fiction
Nothing Quite Like a Rush on the River
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Nothing Quite Like a Rush on the Riverby Sheri LynnPublish: Aug 11, 2019Contemporary Romance Romance
Asylum: An Anthology
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Asylum: An Anthologyby Natalie-Nicole BatesPublish: Jan 19, 2020Suspense Historical Fiction
Sweeter Than Chocolate: Valentine's Day Anthology
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Sweeter Than Chocolate: Valentine's Day Anthologyby Gina KincadePublish: Feb 11, 2020Contemporary Romance New Adult Romance Romance
Not Your Common Queen: Queen Collection: Hearts of Holgur (The Beginning)
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Not Your Common Queen: Queen Collection: Hearts of Holgur (The Beginning)by Sheri LynnPublish: Apr 30, 2020Historical Romance Romance Fantasy
The Origins of Oriane: The Casket Girl Chronicles (Book 1)
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The Origins of Oriane: The Casket Girl Chronicles (Book 1)by Sheri LynnPublish: Aug 20, 2020Historical Romance Romantic Suspense Paranormal Romance Romance
Where I Should Be
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Where I Should Beby Sheri LynnPublish: Jul 13, 2019Contemporary Romance Romance
Impress Her, Possess Her (Heroes of Neoma Book 1)
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Impress Her, Possess Her (Heroes of Neoma Book 1)by Sheridan KnightPublish: May 08, 2019Romantic Suspense Science Fiction
Only In Hollywood
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Only In Hollywoodby Sheri LynnPublish: Mar 20, 2019Contemporary Romance New Adult Romance Romance
12 Naughty Days of Christmas 2018
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12 Naughty Days of Christmas 2018by Isabella KolePublish: Dec 19, 2018Contemporary Romance Romance
All I Don't Want For Christmas by Sheri Lynn
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All I Don't Want For Christmas by Sheri Lynnby Sheri LynnPublish: Dec 23, 2018Contemporary Romance
GRAVE IMPORTANCE
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GRAVE IMPORTANCEby Natalie-Nicole BatesPublish: Dec 09, 2018Historical Mysteries Thrillers Suspense Mysteries
The Heart Will Lead (The Heart Facts Book 2)
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The Heart Will Lead (The Heart Facts Book 2)by Sheri LynnPublish: Jul 25, 2018Series: The Heart FactsContemporary Romance Romance
Real Men: Silver Foxes
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Real Men: Silver Foxesby Nicole MorganPublish: Aug 21, 2018Contemporary Romance New Adult Romance Romance
12 Naughty Days of Christmas - 2016: 12 Short Stories PLUS a Bonus Story
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Charm Him, Disarm Him (Heroines of Neoma Book 1)
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Charm Him, Disarm Him (Heroines of Neoma Book 1)by Sheri LynnPublish: Nov 14, 2015Romance
His Eternal Promise (Eternal Gifts Book 1)
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His Eternal Promise (Eternal Gifts Book 1)by Sheri LynnPublish: Jul 09, 2017Paranormal Romance
Glitz, Glitter & Fame: An Anthology
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Glitz, Glitter & Fame: An Anthologyby A.L. WoodPublish: Jan 01, 2018Contemporary Romance
The Heart Won't Forget
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The Heart Won't Forgetby Sheri LynnPublish: Jul 23, 2017Series: The Heart FactsContemporary Romance

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  • The Heart Facts

    The Heart Will Lead (The Heart Facts Book 2) - Published on Jul, 2018 The Heart Won't Forget - Published on Jul, 2017

Sheri Lynn interview On 12, Sep 2018

"Author Sheri Lynn moved every 2-3 years and is currently splitting her time between Alabama and Florida. The author loves watching vampire movies. Bram Stoker’s Dracula is her favorite. She thinks it’s interesting to write paranormal because you can take such liberties with them. She is reading Mud Vein at the moment by Tarryn Fisher. She thinks all of her relationships surface in her writing. She has written family dynamics into her stories.
Sheri says, "Take your time to look beyond just today, next week, next year. And, don’t forget to look at the past too."
She is currently finishing book 2 in The Heroines of Neoma series. She has a couple more anthology projects due out in the next year."
What was it like being an army child? How do you think your childhood was different from other children?

First and foremost my Dad was pretty strict. I’m happy for that. It made me strive to challenge myself and instilled in me a desire to not disappoint people, especially ones I respect. We moved every 2-3 years so I don’t have any childhood friends that I have kept in touch with. It can be difficult moving and trying to make friends. I have strong ties to my family. They are the ones who have always been a constant in my life. I did get to live in a many different places and I know that I am fortunate to have had that opportunity.

Which all places have you lived in? Which is the one place you wish you could live forever?

Oh my. Georgia. Mississippi. Germany. Texas. North Carolina. Minnesota. Alabama.

Florida. I currently am splitting my time between Alabama and Florida, so I guess I would say one or the other I could live forever. My Mom is from Alabama and we moved there when my Dad retired and I was a junior in high school. Talk about a bad time to move to a new school where you don’t know a single soul. So much of my adult life I have been in Alabama. Alabama is green and lush and has mountains and beaches. Florida is not as beautiful in my opinion but it has warmer temps and beaches galore.

You really like travelling to beaches. Which is your favorite beach in the world? Do you write while at beaches?

I don’t think I have discovered my favorite beach in the world. There are still several I wish to see. Spain. Phuket. Now that I will be living close to the beach, I will be writing there. I have written while at the beach when I am there longer than a few days. If I’m on vacation, I generally just vacation.

What are some blogs that you like to follow?

I don’t give my poor blog the attention I should. So, I don’t go in and see what’s new on the blogs I have followed. If while scrolling facebook I see a post that interests me with a link to a blog, I’ll click it.

Do you remember the first paranormal romance you read that made you think 'Wow! I wanna write about this too'? What is the most interesting thing about paranormal romances?

I haven’t read a whole lot of paranormal to be honest. Of course I read Twilight and loved it, but I don’t know what first made me want to write one, which was years before Twilight. I think there was an open submission call years ago for some and an idea came to me. I started writing for it, but never finished. The story just stayed with me though until I did finish it. Well, I ended up liking Carlee’s friends so much in His Eternal Promise that I knew I wanted to write their stories. Lana’s story is in the works. I love watching vampire movies. Bram Stoker’s Dracula is my favorite.

I think it’s interesting to write paranormal because you can take such liberties with them. You can make it what you want. There isn’t any right or wrong. There are so many variations.

What brought you to write your book "The Heart Will Lead"? Did you consider any alternate endings for this book?

Not this one, no. I originally thought I would write Jessica’s story as her visiting Frannie in Alaska and meeting a military man. But I liked Corey, and I wanted him to find his happy ending and get a good woman he deserved. I did originally have Frannie’s story ending up differently, but that is probably the only book I’ve written to date that really didn’t go as I originally thought.

Which is your favorite story from ’12 Naughty Days of Christmas’ apart from the one that you have written? Why are you so fond of it?

In all truth I would have to go back and look at it. I was in a Christmas anthology last year, and I would be afraid I would mix up which stories were in which book. I am the type of reader that may not read for a few months, and then I won’t be able to stop reading for several months once I pick it up again. I recently got hooked on Ginger Talbot’s books. I read several back to back. They are dark, not my usual genre, but very well written and held my interest so much I couldn’t put them down until I reached the end. I am reading Mud Vein at the moment by Tarryn Fisher. Her words and flow make me feel like a complete amateur.

Has your marriage and relationship with your husband inspired you to write romance? Which of your books is his favorite?

I think all of my relationships surface in my writing. I have written family dynamics into my stories. Mother/Father relationships. Parent/child relationships. Friend relationships. So, yes, my personal experiences inspire my writing. I got asked a couple of weeks ago at a reader event which of my books was my favorite. I paused over several of my books I had on my table and thought about them and the reasons why it was my favorite, but I responded that they are like my children…I don’t have a favorite, they all are.

My husband doesn’t read my books. Not that he isn’t supportive, but he doesn’t think he could give any honest, constructive criticism because it’s not his reading choice. He does let me discuss plot lines with him, and read excerpts.

Have you ever in life faced a situation similar to what Frannie does? How would you have handled it?

Yes. Frannie was happy being on her own raising Zach. Both men she had relationships with returned at the same time wanting a second chance. And of course I wrote her story how I would want her to handle it. Don’t make a rush decision. Take your time to look beyond just today, next week, next year. And, don’t forget to look at the past too. How did the past mold you? Did it hurt you? Did it strengthen you? Does the good outweigh the bad?

How did you create the character of Maxin in ‘His Eternal Promise"? Would you like to meet someone like him in real life?

I used the guy of my dreams. A man that would make me throw caution to the wind, lose myself to the moment, and share my enthusiasm and the allure. A man that would protect and support me. Build me up and never put me down. One that wouldn’t allow me to feel regret and guilt by following my instincts and my heart, but encourage it.

What does Sheri Lynn's Sunday look like? How would you define your relationship with your children?

Most likely on a Sunday you will find me in or near the water. I’m either out on the river, by the pool, or sitting on the beach. My goal is always to try and write on Sundays, but most times I have plans with family or friends and writing doesn’t get done.

I feel I have great relationships with my children. My oldest and I text several times a week and see each other when we can (both of us have had jobs where a lot of phone time is required, we both hate talking on the phone). He works a lot and lives in North Alabama. My second, a son, is married and they are expecting their first baby in November. They come and stay a weekend with me usually once a month. And my baby, the only girl, just left for college in August and is realizing she is more of a homebody and Mama’s girl than she realized. I went and saw her the first weekend and she came home the next one. She’s having a little trouble adjusting but I told her to give it time.

Your book "Real Mean: Silver Foxes" shares the stories of women who find the real men that they hunger. According to you, what are the qualities of a real man?

A confident man. A driven, self-motivated, passionate man. Kind. Sincere. Intelligent. Handsome is always a bonus, hahaha.

Of all the series you've written, which one was the most emotionally taxing?

The Heart Won’t Forget. I recalled and relived the emotional experience I had very similar to Frannie’s. The isolation one can feel when they experience a devastating blow of disappointment in someone or ones they held in high esteem. How it can seep into other relationships you have without you realizing. The loneliness and isolation you can feel during those times. And each minor or major disappointment can compound until you are reluctant to lean on or trust anyone but yourself for fear of being once again hurt.

Do you have any current projects you're working on? What have you learned about being an author so far from all the books you've written?

It’s tough out there. There is an abundance of talent and stories for readers to choose from. If you have a story that won’t leave you alone and allow you any peace of mind until you release it onto the screen, do it. If you don’t have thick skin, you better grow some. There will always be someone who isn’t going to like the way you write, or your story, or your heroine/hero. But if you touch one reader and they can relate to your story, it makes the harsher criticism, reviews, and or comments easier to not stay focused on if there wasn’t anything constructive in them. Success in writing is writing it in the first place.

I have at least four books partially finished. I’m currently finishing book 2 in The Heroines of Neoma series. It is my futuristic romance series, and I’m happy to be back working on this as I got side-tracked with other books and other deadlines so this has been sitting on the back burner for quite some time. I have a couple more anthology projects due out in the next year. I’ll finish the second book in Eternal Gifts series, my vampire romance series.

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