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Cheryl Cory

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Worcester, Massachusetts, The United States



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April 2008


Cheryl Cory lives in Worcester, Massachusetts with her husband Matthew and their cat Bearkie. She enjoys reading, cleaning (seriously), and making cookie dough (not to cook, just to eat). She has tried and quickly given up a number of sports including, but not limited to, golf, skiing and snowboarding. We Have Confidence! is the long-awaited sequel to Cheryl's first novel, Must’ve Done Something Good.

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3.48 avg rating — 324 ratings — published 2008 — 5 editions
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Excerpts from We Have Confidence! (Literature & Fiction)
2 chapters   —   updated May 13, 2015 06:35PM
Description: Some excerpts from We Have Confidence!, the sequel to Must've Done Something Good.
Excerpts from Must've Done Something Good (Literature & Fiction)
2 chapters   —   updated Dec 02, 2010 09:47AM
Description: Here are a couple excerpts from my romantic comedy novel Must've Done Something Good.

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"It was smart, very funny and had great personality! The main character, Franny Banks, is just so real and has such great humor. You can really feel the author's personality in this book. I just laughed out loud and had a great time while reading i..." Read more of this review »
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"Franny is a struggling young actress in NYC in the 1990s. With only six months left until her self-imposed deadline to make it big, she's under a lot of pressure, but all her hopeful career turns are dead ends. Among her assets: a rogue sense of h..." Read more of this review »
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"I loved this book, fun and had a little darcy, wickham feel to it. I would recommend this to anyone!"
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“For the love of God, unless you’re prepping for Rigoletto at the Met, go easy on the eyeliner.”
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“It’s true—there are only, like, two songs about rainbows, including that one. He should be asking why there are so few songs about rainbows.”
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“This is your brain. This is your brain on Oklahoma!”
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“The good ended happily, and the bad unhappily. That is what Fiction means.”
Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest

“Never put off till tomorrow what may be done day after tomorrow just as well.”
Mark Twain

“It’s true—there are only, like, two songs about rainbows, including that one. He should be asking why there are so few songs about rainbows.”
Cheryl Cory, Must've Done Something Good

“For the love of God, unless you’re prepping for Rigoletto at the Met, go easy on the eyeliner.”
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“This is your brain. This is your brain on Oklahoma!”
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message 23: by Camilla

Camilla I think that Must've Done Something Good looks amazing!! I entered to get an advanced copy and I am really hoping I get it! Thanks for approving my friend request!

message 22: by Hilda

Hilda your book cover looks awesome! :)

message 21: by Allison

Allison I got the inscription sticker yesterday! Muchas Gracias!!! I am looking forward to the sequel.

message 20: by Vicky

Vicky That is one of my favorite quotes. Just love Sophia. LOL!

message 19: by Cate

Cate Sure doesn't. lol. Another thing that I'm curious about are smooth legs! OMG, lol, an hour with Jane Austen and all we'd talk about is personal grooming. lmao.

message 18: by Cate

Cate Hey! Ahaha, it truly is. I have to pluck mine everyday! If not I start to have a unibrow. lmao.

message 17: by Lori

Lori Cheryl I am starting your book today!

message 16: by Dan

Dan Gordon Hi Cheryl,
It was good seeing you, too. And thank you for inspiring. Even outside of the classroom. you're a wonderful teacher. See you at the next Borders signing and happy new year!

Claudette Oooh, I just went to Borders today, had I seen your message I would have bought your book! I'll buy it the next time I'm at Borders...really interested in reading it! Thanks for letting me know about it!

message 14: by Jeannie

Jeannie Faulkner Barber Hi Cheryl and thanks for the add. So you're doing NaNoWriMo this year! I did it last year and it was a blast. Currently, I'm co-authoring a novel with a friend of 30+ years so not gonna Nano this year. Good luck and have fun!

message 13: by Bess

Bess Thank you for your comment, Cheryl!! It's good to meet you!

Bess McBride

message 12: by Amber

Amber Hi Cheryl,

Well, a Texas winter is quite different from a Worcester winter!

message 11: by Nicole

Nicole Hello Cheryl,
You are correct I did rate the sequel with fewer stars than the original Letters From Pemberley. I enjoyed it as much as the first but with such a simplistic rating system it is hard to place a book with any accuracy. The first rated higher because it was original not a continuance of a concept. I never intended to imply it was written with less style or was less interesting. I consider it to be the second volume is all. I enjoyed the epistolary format.
I am one of those who has read Jane Austen's letters, I even have a photostat copy of her will because I am interested in history, particularly the Empire and Regency periods til the Great Wars. I became enamored with Ms. Austen early then her books became my comfort reading every time I caught a cold or needed to relax. This led to an interest in the broader historic setting.
Since you mentioned your novel I looked up the title and became intrigued by the synopsis. I will read your book and look forward to joining the ChickLit list since it is finally gaining the recognition it deserves as a genre.
Looking forward to your comments when you read the rest of Ms. Austen's works I will watch your list.

message 10: by Lori

Lori Yeah, I was actually thinking about reading one of her other series. I think there is one about a girl named Emily? Are you familiar with those?

Stacey haha yeah, a weird combination huh :)

thanks for recommending this site!!

message 8: by Stacy

Stacy Great list of books. I wish I could come up to your next book signing, that would be amazing.

Juliane Yeah the Rory Club! :)

Recently I found this page:
Unbelievable list of books - I only read 4 or 5 of the books .. a lot to read in future ;)

Juliane Then I will read it in English! :)
I will tell you when I have it!

Juliane It is a one year work experience - that means: I work there without getting money. Poor me! :D
But books around me all the time :D

I want to read your book and I will buy Must Have Done Something Good as soon as I work! :D
Do you know if it will be published in german too??

Andrea Hi Cheryl,
Yes, I put "Must Have Done Something Good" on my to-read list. Looking forward to it, Andriah :)

Faith-Anne Sure. :) Have you read any of Jane Austen's other books?

message 2: by Hava

Hava Cheryl, I searched my library website, and they don't have "Must've Done Something Good" so I've put it on the list of books for the library to order. When it comes in, I'll read it and review it on my site, Nonfiction Lover. It isn't actually a nonfiction book, but I can tie it in. ;-)

Have a great evening,


Justine hey! yeah it is difficult to think of books, but it is definitely fun. I still have to search through everything I can do to my profile!!!

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