Sherrilyn Kenyon, Part 2 (28 min)

Hey everybody! Welcome to Part 2 of our chat with paranormal romance rockstar, Sherrilyn Kenyon. In this episode, Sherri continues to pull back the curtain on her early years, talks about film deals, and shares her excitement about a project she’s been dying to bring into the world for decades.

Get ready for Sherrilyn 2.0!

 

In case you missed the first part »» Episode 4—Sherrilyn Kenyon, Part 1: three cheers for hillbilly roots + Ares, the crybaby bitch…and other Greek history lessons

~ where to visit Sherrilyn online ~
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This photo credit: Sheri Reno/Nashville & Blog header photo by Liza Hippler/Nashville

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From the award winning author of Dead Man’s Carve and Dead On Arrival comes a sexy tale of passion, mystery and suspense to delight all readers.

To find out more, visit KymRoberts.com

 

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