Admittedly obsessed with American and Native American history, Sherry Alexander comes by it honestly. Her ancestors were 1800 pioneers who traveled West in hopes of making a new life, and she was fascinated by the stories of their lives on the frontier. “As a kid, I wanted to be a pioneer, so reading books was the last thing on my mind. Instead, I led my siblings and cousins on great adventures into the forests of Scappoose, Oregon, hunted and fished with my brother, and dreamed of forging new trails to an unknown land.”
Sherry is also not one to take a dare lightly. She started writing on a dare, and her first book, published in 1987, was the result of that dare. Recently retired, Sherry now spends her days writing children’s articles and books, homeschooling her ten-year- old granddaughter—a job she says is the best part about being a grandmother, sharing her newfound love of books with her family and friends, and enjoying life with her husband on their ten forested acres in Southwest Washington.
Search for the Red Ghost
Tween Historical Western Action Adventure
He was in “No Man’s Land,” and he was alone, tracking the killer of his mother.