Most writers start their bio with an explanation of who they are and why they write. I’ll make this simple. My name is Sherri Fulmer Moorer. I write because I’ve always loved to do it, and ebooks gave me an opportunity to share those stories with readers that I just couldn’t pass up. The purpose of my writing is to escape reality and experience the adventure of ordinary people dealing with extraordinary circumstances.
I write in a variety of genres because I can’t be pigeon holed into one area, and I’m many other things in addition to being an author. I work full time, which is great for keeping me in touch with people and reality and, in turn, inspires to write more. I’m married and live in the woods with two parrots that keep our hearts, home, and lives filled with joy and silliness that most people find strange. I’m a social media rambler and borderline introvert/extrovert who’s kindred spirit, according to online quizzes, is somewhere between a Sith Inquisitor from Star Wars and Scooter from The Muppets.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Columbia, South Carolina, where I still live. Obviously, spending your entire life in one place has a huge influence on the characters you create and the settings you put them in. Being a state that's mostly rural with what's classified as "small towns," I create a lot of people that are simple yet complex, living in areas where "everybody knows everybody else." But doesn't the simplistic beauty of small town gossip make for the most interesting stories?
When did you first start writing?
I've been writing my entire life. Before I learned how to write, I'd draw pictures in my books to "expand" on the stories that my parents read to me. I always liked writing short stories, but I didn't seriously pursue writing and novels until my husband and I got our first home computer in 2001.
Three sentient races. Two wars. One sustainable planet. Who will rise?
Earth hangs in the balance. The energy aliens came to live symbiotically with humanity. The cybernetics came to evolve the planet. It’s time for somebody to rise.
Ayanna died and went to Heaven – or so she’s been told. Perhaps she did, if she can dismiss the inconsistencies between her expectations, and this imperfect utopia. Is this life after death , or something else?
*BRONZE BADGE HONORABLE MENTION IN THE 2019 AUTHOR SHOUT READER READY AWARDS FOR SCI-FI/FANTASY.* The dead are rising, and the living evolve. Is it a miracle? Is it the effect of new medical technology? Or is it something else?
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on Sep. 18, 2011
I don't normally read romance, but I'm glad I decided to give this a try. It was interesting and I, like some other reviewers, was left to wonder what happens next. Great work!
on Oct. 14, 2011
A very interesting read. I enjoyed this tale of revolving realities!
on Oct. 14, 2011
A very enjoyable read! I enjoyed this tale of revolving realities.