Sherrie Lord

Who I Write For

Spanky’s Secret, Deviant Few Motorcycle Club, is not a “Christian” romance novel. I don’t anticipate seeking any contracts with “Christian” publishing houses in the future. If you’re still with me—I’ll have lost some of you already—let me explain. My literary agent attempted to secure a contract for my first writing of Spanky’s Secret. He was told […]

Spanky’s Secret, Deviant Few Motorcycle Club

Available May 27, 2022, in paperback and Amazon Kindle (other Ebook locations to follow in June 2022) Like fifty miles of dirt road—that describes the opposition Spanky and David will face. Everyone in Crystal Creek has heard of Spanky, Daughter of Grudge, Deviant Few Motorcycle Club; other women ride their own, but there’s a mystique […]

The Nomad Novelist

A Life Spent Adventuring

Sherrie’s life has orbited around one conviction—Why not? She loves music, so she locked herself in a radio broadcast studio for 10,000 hours, a career she began at age 17; when she retired, she was half The Morning Team on the leading FM station in southeast Idaho. She loves adventure, so she’s ridden her own motorcycle 80,000 miles; she started that in her 40s. But she has always been a writer.

Her apprenticeship began with the short stories she wrote while in junior high school and advanced to bylines on approximately seventy feature articles for newspaper and magazine before her first novel was released in 1998. Raised by a physician and a nurse, she met her husband when he was a patch-holder in an outlaw motorcycle club. Now single and solo, she Nomads around the West, pulling her travel-trailer home behind an F-150. Sherrie is a graduate of the University of Idaho, holding a BS in environmental regulations and hazardous waste management.

“Airwaves” and “Only HIs Kiss” were two of the five novels in Chariot Victor Publishing’s Promises Romance series … followed by years of the author’s silence, though “Only His Kiss” was among the favorites in the personal reading libarary of author Anne Rice. Sherrie began reviving her career in 2020, with the release of Airwaves, Revised Edition. In writing her next novel, Sherrie held nothing back; the much-anticipated launch is slated for May 20, 2022.