Book Launch – Tales from the Garden – Fairy stories by Sally Cronin

Once upon a time, Sally Cronin, talented author and friend to many, wrote a fairy story inspired by the statues in her beautiful garden. It was so popular with her readers that other stories followed, and now she’s put them all in a book, ‘Tales from the Garden’. Filled with enchanting fairy tales and photographs from her garden, this is the perfect Christmas present for all ages. Follow the link below to read Sally’s story behind her delightful book…

About Sherri Matthews

While writing to publication of her memoir, 'Stranger in a White Dress', Sherri has been published in national magazines, websites and four anthologies in memoir, essays, articles, poetry and flash fiction. Sherri raised her children in California, and today lives in England with her husband, Aspie youngest and their pet menagerie fondly called ‘Animal Farm’. As well as writing, Sherri keeps out of trouble gardening, walking, and taking endless photographs, a few of the better ones she shares on her blog A View From My Summerhouse.
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14 Responses to Book Launch – Tales from the Garden – Fairy stories by Sally Cronin

  1. dgkaye says:

    Wonderful to see Sally getting her due kudos everywhere! xo

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  2. Thanks for introducing us to Sally, Sherri. Her book cover is fabulous!
    Happy Weekend! ❤

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  3. Sally, I visited your site and tried to leave a comment but for some reason it didn’t take. So I’ll tell you here that 1) your book sounds wonderful; the cover is superb, and I’ve added it to my must-read list; and 2) reading about you on Sherri’s post really added to my interest. Thanks to you for sharing this, and to Sherri for hosting it.

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  4. Norah says:

    Thanks for sharing Sally’s post here, Sherri. Her garden looks amazing and I’m sure the stories are wonderful.

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  5. Ste J says:

    I love that sky on the cover and the idea of bringing gardens to life…more to life (gramatically shocking, that I know!) is a wonderful thing for us readers to get lost in.

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