New Release!

Feral Moon, book 2 of The Dark Woods series is available now!

Greyson Wolfe may be a killer with the instincts of an animal, but he’s no fool. He came so close to getting everything he’d ever wanted. Then it was over, both the girl and the happy ending were snatched away by one well-placed lie. Second chances don’t come along often, and never for people like him. The girl he loved may be gone, but she’s not forgotten. Not by him. Not by the wolf, either.
Harlow Dyer doesn’t know the handsome stranger who looks at her with haunted, hungry eyes. She’s always been Daddy’s little debutante. Rich, spoiled, pampered, and protected. Hasn’t she?
The fairytales were wrong. The wolf wasn’t the villain of the story. The girl in the red dress was always meant to be his. Now, he just has to convince her.

NEW Release!

I have big news. Wings of Defiance is finally done and up for pre-sale as we speak! It’s the 3rd book in The Immortal Sorrows series, and the beginning of the end for the series. Grab a copy now, because it goes live on July 19, 2018!

Buy Here: https://amzn.to/2MNuxOo

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Gwen’s best friend Izzy fell in love with Death. Everyone knows there’s no happy ending to something like that, right? It wasn’t a surprise when tragedy struck in the form of a vengeful Fate, but it left Gwen to pick up the pieces of her life and move on alone.
Devastated and angered by the loss of her friend, she simply wants to withdraw from the world for a while. Too bad for her, because Izzy wasn’t the only one the monsters want. She’s something special, a human who carries Reaper blood, and that makes her valuable to the right people. Her only hope of survival lies in the hands of an inept guardian angel and an egotistical Reaper who’s as sexy as he is lethal.
Don’t miss Wings of Defiance, the third book in the Immortal Sorrows series by Sherri A. Wingler. If you like sexy angels, ruthless demons, or snarky romance, then this book will have you turning the pages! Come check it out!

 

Crimson Moon Blog Tour

Title: Crimson Moon
Series: The Dark Woods
Author: Sherri A. Wingler
Genre: Paranormal
In the old days,

people whispered about the wolf, said he came only at night, and only by the

light of the full moon. They locked their doors and huddled close to their

fires, safe in the knowledge they could prepare for his coming. The truth is, no

one is safe, because the wolf walks in the skin of the man. Always.

Harlow Hayes is a runaway, thief, and failed Southern belle. Forced to grow up

fast after what her mama delicately referred to as, ‘the incident,’ she learns

the hard way not all strangers are kind, real monsters hide in plain sight, and

family can be found in the most unexpected places. Harlow Hayes is about to meet the Wolf.

Sherri Wingler is the author of The Immortal Sorrows and The Dark Woods series. She lives and works (way more than full-time) in Indiana.
Sherri shares her home with her husband, Steve, too many rescued kitty cats, and one co-dependent Shih Tzu named Spanky. When she isn’t writing, or working in the real world, her spare time is spent raising money and awareness for animal charities, in the hopes of saving at least a few little critters.
Sherri is currently hard at work on her next book.
For more information visit www.sherriwingler.com

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Crimson Moon Release

I need your help!  Crimson Moon releases March 5th, 2017 and I need a few more people to support the HeadTalker campaign to make the book go viral. Supporting costs you nothing. It just allows the app to post to your social media of choice. Please click the link below, hit support, and pick the icon(s) you want to support from. Media support is possible from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Tumblr. Thank you!

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Crimson Moon

Crimson Moon releases March 5, 2017. It’s the first book in The Dark Woods series. Get your pre-order copy here:

In the old days, people whispered about the wolf, said he came only at night, and only by the light of the full moon. They locked their doors and huddled close to their fires, safe in the knowledge they could prepare for his coming. The truth is, no one is safe, because the wolf walks in the skin of the man. Always.

Harlow Hayes is a runaway, thief, and failed Southern belle. Forced to grow up fast after what her mama delicately referred to as, ‘the incident,’ she learns the hard way not all strangers are kind, real monsters hide in plain sight, and family can be found in the strangest places.

Harlow Hayes is about to meet the Wolf.

 

 

Sweet Somethings 2016 Valentine’s Day Giveaway

Love free books? How about a ton of prizes? Did I mention there’s a grand prize of $150 in Paypal cash? Cash… to spend on your sweetheart, or on yourself!

So here’s the deal, there is a huge, multi-author giveaway going on right now all the way. Just follow the link: http://bit.ly/1PP9cAv and you’ll have multiple opportunities to win. Oh, and while you’re here, here’s what I have up for grabs…

Book Ratings!

A friend and I were having a discussion on book ratings the other day. I’ve had the same discussion pretty often with other friends who write and thought it might make a decent blog post. What is a rating, really? It’s like a tip you give your author for taking you on an adventure you wouldn’t have imagined on your own.

Amazon has a rating system of 1-5 stars, with 5 being excellent and 1 being awful. I have my own version of this, though. Here’s what ratings look like from the author’s point of view…

5* Excellent, my day was just made so much better because someone out there loved my book. I’m not just shouting into the void. Someone really gets me, and I want to take them to dinner and thank them personally for that validation I needed to get the next book finished. I feel like this about my 5* reviews…she loves her fish  :)  ......one time, I was hanging out with this little 3 year old whose dad happens to fish, and he had given her these two realistic looking plush fish, and the 3 year old, in her little voice told me that one, her favorite, was a trout. The other was a bass. She then looked at the trout, and said lovingly, "He's a good girl..."  Haha...this pic just made me think of that.

 

4* Not bad. The reader had some issues with the story, but I can take constructive criticism. Maybe I’ll take their concerns into account and try to fix a few things the next time I go through and polish my book. If the 4* is gushing with praise (and it happens surprisingly often) I might be scratching my head wondering what it would take to squeeze that last star out of them. Occasionally, you get the snarky 4*. Generally full of praise, but it’s clear they believe they could have done the story better. Good luck with that.

21 Reasons Why “Hocus Pocus” Is The Best And Most Important Part Of Halloween...number 1 being its filmed in my home town.

3* Meh. It’s just ok. Nothing to write home about and tell mother. The people dropping 3* reviews are pretty rare. Getting reviews are hard. I think the average is about every 1000 purchases will get 1 review, and the numbers get even higher if it was a free promotion. The reason 3* reviews are rare, I believe, is because people have to feel passionately about a book to review it. They either love it or they hate it. To them I say…

I asked this dog what his honest opinion was of our political representatives?  I'm thinking I agree with him....just sayin....

2* They hated it, but for some reason just wouldn’t drop the rating to a 1. Usually this type of reader is reading the wrong kind of book for them. Someone who loves sci-fi isn’t going to be happy with a paranormal romance, but if a book is out on free promotion, a lot of people will take anything free and then complain later.

23 Reasons Why "Hocus Pocus" Is The Best Halloween Movie Of All Time....not sure I'd go so far as "all time" but it is one of my favs to be sure

1* They loathed it. Personally, I think these are the people who just like raining on parades. If you go ahead and give into the urge to stalk them, ahem, trace their other reviews, you’ll find they don’t give out much higher than a 2* to anyone. These are the people you just want to grab by the scruff of the neck and ask…

Gladiator - Russell Crowe again! He is such a humble guy, even when kicking ass, and true to his wife. Sad though... he's just a pissed off farmer.

All of this was in good fun, of course, but seriously, thank you to the readers who leave ratings for their authors. The ratings keep us going like nothing else can.