Sherrill Wark is a novelist, screenwriter, short story writer, poet, book designer, former editor, not-so-little ol' lady but is otherwise normal.
She’s a member of CAA–NCR (Canadian Authors Association, National Capital Region branch) and is the former editor/designer of their e-mag, Byline.
Sherrill is writing a series of historical novels about the Acadian people written from the point of view of Keskoua, a Mi'gmaw woman, and set in Port Royal, Acadia (Annapolis Royal NS): Death in l’Acadie; Refuge in l'Acadie; Trapped in l'Acadie; The Hanging; The Cleansing; & The Expulsion. The first two are available at Amazon.com, the third is in the works.
Sherrill Wark sings soprano secundi in an Italian choir and kills people off in her dark short stories under a pseudonym.
Sherrill's books are listed below.
An inspirational book that will stimulate you to write that book or movie or story you always wanted to write.
No more excuses!
Nerdette and former editor, Sherrill Wark, explains how to keep your Muse happy and productive, how to say no to distractions, and how to dig deep into your soul for characterization.
How to Write a Book: Park It, Get to Work is a remodel of the popular Really Stupid Writing Mistakes: How to Avoid Them.
To her Guardian Angel’s absolute embarrassment, her “Charge,” teenage Vivie, dies while texting and driving. Susan, a film-noir fan and wannabe writer, who passed over in the early 1960s as a teenager herself, must get Vivie away from the accident site before she dissipates. But since Vivie recognized Susan’s existence only once when Vivie was 13, and only then thinking it was her recently deceased pet rabbit, Petunia, this will take some doing.
As Susan and Vivie work their way through the many challenges facing them, the annoying George keeps popping up unannounced and very much unwelcome.
An absolutely hilarious journey through the Afterlife.