by Sherrel Lee Thanks for stopping by to read this blog posting. I thought I would tell you a bit of how myth, legend and lore became the central focus for the Valens. I’ve always love myth and have read the classics stories–Greek, Celtic, Roman, and Norse and I realized that as much as I… Read More
Sherrel Lee lives in a land called Texas and is the wrangler
of a fearsome Yorkiepoo named Rogue Little Woof (Half Yorkie
half Poodle weighing in at a hefty eight pounds). She is a
mother and grandmother who encourages her family to live
life on their own terms, and to laugh as often as they can.
She is fascinated with the real and mystical worlds of Urban
Fantasy and Romantic suspense chasing murderous villains
through the pages of her books. Sherrel loves to hear from
her readers and welcomes you to send comments and questions
to her email address Sherrel@sherrellee.com.
Is there anything better, hotter or more intriguing than a sexy, brilliant and tortured hero? A man or a male, if you’re reading paranormal, who’s been deeply and irrevocably hurt by his family, a woman or another in his para clan? Lord, I don’t think so. I love them dangerous and lusty – undecided about kissing… Read More
In my “Heart” series, I have a different hero and heroine in every book and the setting of Celta, a planet colonized by Earth people with psi powers, remains the same. 🙂 I make sure that people new to the series can jump right in! Romantic Times gave HEART FORTUNE 4 1/2 stars and said,… Read More
I love being on TV, because Betsy and I have things in common and one of them is our all-encompassing vanity. But it was tough going this morning (KARE-11, local NBC affiliate), what with the escaped boa constrictor and the deaths and the manhunt and all. Being on TV is, to use the technical term,… Read More
Dreams. We all have them, but some are shallower than others. Hey, I’ve been trying to lose weight since high school. I always imagined what it would feel like to have the perfect figure. I’m still imagining. Someone will carve on my gravestone: She Never Lost Those Ten Pounds. Some dreams, though, are deeper and… Read More
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What’s the title of your favorite book? Some of my favorites is At Home in Mitford, Jan Karon’s first in her Mitford series. A few of her other titles are Somewhere Safe with Someone Good and Come Rain or Come Shine. The last one is of course an old song title. I wrestle with titles… Read More