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Sherry Isaac

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Raised by Nancy Drew and Jane Marple, Alice Munro Short Story Award winner Sherry Isaac's rich storytelling is laced with a pinch of mystery, spiced with a dash of the unexpected and served with a dollop of suspense. Resistant to any one genre, her novels and short stories weave the common thread of everyday life, love and forgiveness into tales that transcend all things, including the grave. Sherry believes in romance, identity and the depth of the human soul. "What doesn't kill us, makes us writers."


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Sherry Isaac One of the best pieces of advice I received when starting out came from former Harlequin editor turned creative writing instructor Brian Henry. He…moreOne of the best pieces of advice I received when starting out came from former Harlequin editor turned creative writing instructor Brian Henry. He said, "The first million words are never very good." Like anything else, piano, archery, arithmetic, you must practice, so make like Nike and Just Do It. (less)
Sherry Isaac The seeds of A Woman's Place were planted more than 5 years before I sat down to write it. In a creative writing class, I had to describe a character…moreThe seeds of A Woman's Place were planted more than 5 years before I sat down to write it. In a creative writing class, I had to describe a character whose appearance was in contrast with his/her action. In a twin set and full skirt, toes wriggling in the cool grass, Jane was born.(less)
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Storyteller
4.88 of 5 stars 4.88 avg rating — 8 ratings — published 2011
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What You Wish For
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As It Should Be
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Sweet Dreams
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Crowning Glory
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Storyteller
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Where Credit Is Due
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A Love of Reading
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The Forgetting
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A Pickpocket In Paris
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Funny, what we learn to live with, even accept and to some extent be blind to, until one day, we just can’t anymore.


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Waiting for the party to start, Christmas 2011


This could have been the worst summer of my life. Turned out to be my best, proof that perspective changes everything.


I returned to my true family, my tribe, my posse, my peeps. My Toronto Writerhood. We are kindred, lovers of words, e...

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“What doesn't kill us, makes us writers.”
Sherry Isaac, Storyteller

“What doesn't kill us, makes us writers.”
Sherry Isaac, Storyteller

“An idyllic childhood is probably illusion.”
Martha Grimes, The Lamorna Wink

“The reason that fiction is more interesting than any other form of literature, to those who really like to study people, is that in fiction the author can really tell the truth without humiliating himself.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

“Years fly by, but the heart stays in the same place.”
Harlan Coben, Promise Me

“Funny, when you finally faced reality, it was amazing how clearly you could see things.”
Mary Higgins Clark, Loves Music, Loves to Dance

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