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S.R. Crawley

S.R. Crawley

Question: Who is your favorite author and why?

The very first adult novel that I read all the way through was Carrie when I was maybe 11 years old. I was already into horror at that age, except zombies, that is. I would have nightmares with zombies. That's another whole story in itself.

Anyway, I was so drawn in with this book, that my siblings would love to catch me reading it and would sneak and scare the mess out of me.

After Carrie, I was a hardcore Stephen King fan. I started reading and collecting everything I could find that he wrote. I am still collecting.

One of my dreams was to go to Bangor Maine and find his home. 2 years ago I was able to go and I considered it one of the biggest accomplishments in my life.

During my tour in Maine, I found out that Stephen King and his wife Tabitha donate a lot of money and time to Bangor. The most touching thing is that they refuse to have it publicized.

Stephen King is not only a great author, but he is also a great man.

About S.R. Crawley

I write under the name S.R. Crawley, but I am better known as Sherri, so if we ever meet feel free to call me Sherri. I was born in North Carolina, raised in Jacksonville, Florida, moved to Gosnell, Arkansas and now reside in Tennessee. I have three children and four grandchildren, all are my reason for breathing.

I started writing poetry in my teens. One of my life's dreams was to become a published author and that dream became reality in July of 2018 with "One Shoe."

A collection of poems. featuring several written in honor of my mother that passed away with lung cancer, was released in December 2018. This book is titled, "Kisses from the Mind to the Soul."

To learn more about me please connect with me on facebook at @srcrawleyauthor or on Instagram under S.R. Crawley.

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