Author Sherri Mills

Friday, August 31, 2012

Back to the Books Blog Hop

Welcome to Back to the Books Blog Hop, hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer. Today on my blog you can win a copy of my book, I Almost Divorced My Husband, But I Went On Strike Instead, which has been featured in Redbook magazine! To win, just follow the rules listed below, and thanks for stopping by!!

1) Follow this blog (mandatory)
2) Follow me on FaceBook (+1)
3) Visit my Website (+2) and tell me one thing you've read.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Book Trailer

Book Trailer

My granddaughters just finished the trailer for my book. What little smarties they are.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Art's Festival

I signed books at the Art's Festival over the weekend and I loved the interaction. I think I love the stories I hear from people just as much as I enjoy signing my books.

Saturday, August 11, 2012


I was signing books the other day and I had so many people come up to me saying they were having trouble in their marriages. Some could not afford a book, however they wanted some much needed advice.

For the first time, I told a number of these people to email me. I told them I would be glad to help them in whatever way I could.

Wouldn't you know it, that very day, My email went down. I haven't been able to get emails for more than a week now.

After I complained for the fourth time, they finally told me they were having technical difficulties.


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Old Friend

I was sitting next to a lady at lunch yesterday who kept staring at me. She finally asked who I was and where I was from. It turns out that I used to do her hair 45 years ago.

She said she was retired and asked if I was.

I told her not only am I not retired, but I am working almost full time, writing a book and marketing my other book. So no, it will be a long time before I am retired.

When I mention the name of my book most people say, "Oh ya, I've heard about that book."

I wonder why. lol Could it be because it's called 'I Almost Divorced my Husband but I Went on Strike Instead'?

Old Friend