Cheryl Reavis

Cheryl ReavisCheryl Reavis is an award-winning short story and romance author who has also written under the pen name "Cinda Richards." She describes herself as a "late bloomer," who played in her first piano recital at the tender age of thirty. "We had to line up by height--I was the third smallest kid," she says. "After that, there was no stopping me. I gave myself permission to attempt my other heart's desire--to write."

Her Silhouette Special Edition, A Crime of the Heart,reached millions of readers in Good Housekeeping magazine. Her novels, The Prisoner, Patrick Gallagher's Widow,The Bride Fair and A Crime of the Heartare all Romance Writers of America RITA winners. Promise Me A Rainbow, The Bartered Bride and Blackberry Winter were RITA finalists. A retired public health nurse, Cheryl makes her home in North Carolina with her husband.

She loves hearing from readers and invites them to contact her at cherylreavis@members.authorsguild.net. Visit her on Facebook, read her blog, Writing Life, www.cherylreavis.blogspot.com, and follow her on Twitter @sCRibblercheryl.

Her Books from BelleBooks/Bell Bridge Books:

The First Boy I Loved
The Marine
Promise Me a Rainbow