Sherri hated English class for the majority of her childhood. Because she never seemed to fit into the traditional mold, it was one of her least favorite subjects. She had trouble spelling and adhering to grammar norms, and outlines made her dizzy. As a result, Sherri never considered herself as a writer. All of that changed when I turned thirty.
After becoming dissatisfied with the route two of the characters on a television show were taking, Sherri decided to try her hand at writing an alternate ending that would give the characters their happily ever after. By the time the narrative was finished, it had become one of the site's top ten most popular pieces, and her readers had encouraged her to write more. Sherri is the author of eight full-length novels and two short stories after nearly eight years. Writing has been a creative outlet for her, allowing her to express a wide range of emotions while having a blast leading her characters through all of the twists and turns she can think of.
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