Author Sherry Morris is with us today and has graciously agreed to an interview. Welcome, Sherry! Tell us about your current project.

I'm writing a funny mystery about a heroine who hates discovering dead bodies. The inherent unpleasantness aside, what she really dislikes about making the discoveries is the forced proximity of the homicide detective, Lt. Frank "Hottie" Dimattina. The most inappropriate man for her.

What will I as a reader like best about your hero?

He's tall, dark, muscular and oozes ego.

How will women identify with your heroine?

Every woman at some point in her life has worked in a really bad job. Sandra Faire is employed by the Cocoa Beach Department of Public Works as a sanitation engineer and public relations specialist. In other words, she is the first one out on the beach at the crack of dawn, picking up garbage, washed up debris (and dead bodies) and telling the tourists where the restrooms are.

Is your muse currently sitting on your shoulder or is she illusive?

My muse is a naughty Englishman called Baroma. He is gone gone gone.

Who is your favorite author?

Janet Evanovich, Sandra Cox and John Grisham

What books of yours are currently for sale and where can a reader buy them?

Cerridwen Press: HUNDRED DOLLAR BILL is available in print and eBook editions IMMACULATE DECEPTION is available as an eBook New Concepts Publishing: Dying to Love Him is available as an eBook Chippewa Publishing: Christina's Fear is available as an eBook

Phaze: Coming Together for the Cure (a multi-author anthology) is available in print and eBook editions. All proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen foundation for breast cancer research. Diet Another Day is available as an eBook Smolder is available as an eBook Type Dirty to Me is available as an eBook

Links and excerpts are at my site:

Thanks for being with us, Sherry.


  1. Beth Trissel // October 20, 2007 at 10:15 AM  

    Wow, Sherry! Grat interview and info. I love the premise of this latest story.