(Sherry Briscoe has one story in our anthology The Ancient, as well as a story in Vampires, Zombies and Ghosts, Volume 1, in the Read on the Run anthologies.)
A: I’ve been writing since my early twenties…which was in the 70’s.
Q: Do you write fiction or non-fiction?
A: While I do have one non-fiction book, I only admit to writing fiction. “Mists of Garibaldi – Tales of the Supernatural” won first place in the Mystery category of the Idaho Top Author’s awards. I have two books of a trilogy out – “Forgotten Lives” and “Shattered Souls”. “The Man in Number 7” was released last year. “Fine Line of Denial” was a finalist in the International Book Awards, and is the first in The Moonshadows series.
Q: What genres do you write? What genres do you read?
A: Up until now I’ve written suspense thrillers with a light touch of supernatural. My two upcoming two series are a little different. “Mayme” is a cozy mystery and “Desert Rose” is a literary mystery fiction. I read all of these, plus humor, romance, and a lot of nonfiction. I just basically read a lot.!
Q: What’s the most surprising thing about you, that people probably don’t know?
A: I’m a Veteran, served active duty U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany. (Thank you for your service, Sherry.) I’m a native Idahoan, although I’ve lived on both coasts – Oregon and Florida.
Q: Are you involved in any writer organizations/writing groups?
A: I’m on the board of the Idaho Writers Guild. I started and ran the Idaho Screenwriters Association for 13 years. I’m a member of Romance Writers of America and the local chapter in Boise.
Q: Dog person or cat person?
A: I’m a cat person. Nika, my Russian Blue loves to hang out at my desk.
Q: Anything else?
A: People can follow me on Facebook on my author page, Twitter, Instagram, and Book Bub. If they sign up on my website, they could win an Amazon gift card. I give three away a year!