Writing, research, and organization.
Writing, the writing life, family life, gardening, home, discipleship, and travel.
Cheryl graduated with a BA in English and a minor in psychology.
Cheryl graduated with a Masters Degree in Christian Education/Discipleship
Cheryl served as a ghost writer for two non-fiction books on small group ministry. Her client is a well-known small group pastor for a large and successful church. Cheryl's duties included organizing and rewriting materials from a variety of sources to create two book manuscripts. The first book focused on how to create a small group ministry strategy within a church. The second book was written for small group ministry leaders to help them provide direction and focus to their small groups. Both books were published by Baker publishing and sell well within small group ministry circles.
In addition, Cheryl served as the Small Group Network Director and provided regular blog content for their monthly online newsletter. Topics included not only small group ministry, but also discipleship and reaching seekers.
Cheryl created many blog posts about family and children. These posts have appeared on various sites, in anthologies, and on her own website. Topics include parenting, grand parenting, activities for children, and memoir pieces about childhood.
Cheryl enjoys writing about various aspects of the writing life including, fiction tips, inspiration, character development, self-publishing, how to stay motivated, and portraits of famous writers. Her work has appeared on various blogs and in books on self-publishing.
In addition, Cheryl has published many novels and ten books for children.
Cheryl writes blog posts about a variety of subjects including writing, family, children, travel, gardening, small group ministry, self-help, and faith. Her published blogs have appeared on a variety of websites and have also appeared in monthly newsletters.
Cheryl authored seven novels. She writes character-driven fiction and enjoys a great deal of reader enthusiasm for her work. Her first novel became a bestseller and prompted a loyal reader base.
Cheryl also created ten books for children and served as a ghost writer for two non-fiction books.
She excels at research and organization and thrives on large projects.