Thank you to my loyal readers.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Let me just say, it's not easy to finish writing a novel, but it's even harder to put yourself out there and share that story with everyone. It's terrifying, actually. So I wanted to say THANK YOU to those of you who've taken the time to post good reviews for me, and contact me for interviews, and send me messages on my blog, Twitter, and Facebook. I'm extremely grateful because, even though I've finished 5 books so far, I really couldn't keep going without the support of kind readers and reviewers. There are times when my inner recluse whispers that I should keep writing, because I love it so much, but stop sharing those stories and just keep them all to myself!

As you support me with your generous messages, and reviews posted on Goodreads, and Amazon, I'll be able to wrestle back the bashful girl inside of me and keep sharing the stuff going on inside my's getting to be a crowded place...but hideaways like these sure do tempt me. Just give me a place like this, a computer, Internet access, an endless supply of herbal tea and fairy cakes, all of the voices in my brain, and I'd be set.

Please take a look at two of my most recent reviews/interviews...Thanks Krystal and Kathy! xoxo

Click on the links below to read:
Review of Forever by Krystal:

Author interview and review of Fateful by Kathy:

Character interview of a villain for I Am A Reader, Not A Writer:

More praise for The Fateful Trilogy:
(I'm sending out a special cyber hug to LadyLayla, Lexie, and Daniellee for taking the time to post these reviews for me. Thank you!)

~from LadyLayla
This series has everything in it.. from fairies to vamps and it will not dissapoint! Love, suspense, everything is possible here and you will be held on the edge of your seat unable to put the books down! Truly remarkable loveable series that I personally would love to see on the big screen! Well done!

~from Lexie
Wow. What an amazing way to end the series. Sometimes authors have trouble tying up all the loose ends in a story but Cheri didnt. This book is completely amazing and perfect. Without giving anything away, this story has an ending i didnt see coming along with twists around every corner. I could not put this book down. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as i did.

~ from Daniellee in the UK
I don't even know where to start, this book utterly shocked me, when I first bought it I thought it's just going to be another book trying to beat twilights standards, and my god, it beat it alright! I'm a big fan of vampire romance novels and by far this is one of my favourites I have read yet! I completely fell in love with the characters, and my friends even thought I'd lost all contact with the world because I never had my head out my kindle! I don't think I even have words to describe how truly amazing this book really is, and the follow on is just as good! It is completely worth buying, and I really don't think I am able to wait for the 3rd book forever!

(If you missed the free promo of Fateful, I'm sorry...but I'll tell you a secret. If you like what you see in the free preview, then pick up The Fateful Trilogy as a set. It's just like getting Fateful for free, and you can read them back to back.)


And don't miss the cookbook based on this series. It's only .99 cents! If you're lucky enough to have a computer in your kitchen, download the free PC app from Amazon and you can just pull up the recipe you need while in your kitchen. Or do what I did, and just put your kindle right on your cookbook stand! LOL


Please note: This series is not suitable for anyone who doesn't like glittering fairies, vicious pixies, hot vampires, the dashing Mr. Darcy, arachnids, or large amounts of snogging...

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Jess @ The Secret DMS Files of Fairday Morrow said...

Those little hideaways- especially the stone house- may be the most absolutely magical places I have ever seen- now I know what I want- lol! Beautiful! Where on earth are they? ~ Jess

Cheri Schmidt said...

Hah! Wish I knew. I found the pictures on Pinterest. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Cheri Schmidt said...

Actually, you made me curious, so I had to check it out. Here is the story on that little cottage. Um, wow!