• From the award-winning author of the controversial international bestseller The Jewel of Medina, a historical novel that chronicles the lives of four sisters, all daughters of Beatrice of Provence—all of whom became queens in medieval Europe.

    When Beatrice of Savoy, countess of Provence, sends her four beautiful, accomplished daughters to become queens, she admonishes them: Family comes first. As a result...READ MORE

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Intuition or Id? Who Cares??

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Listen to your intuition! You know, that inner voice telling you when something isn’t right–and when it is? It’s not easy to do, especially at first. Like a muscle– and like the doll in the girl’s pocket in the “Women … Continue reading

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My Body: A Lover’s Tour

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It’s National Love Your Body Day, the day on which girls and women are invited to reject the media hype about how we are supposed to look — and embrace ourselves with all our lumps, bumps, scars, and flaws. I … Continue reading

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Serious fiction? Waste of time? Who cares?

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Eleanor Catton’s historical fiction book THE LUMINARIES is a rollicking, tongue-in-cheek parody of the overblown, overwritten, melodramatic 19th-century novel and a page-turning murder mystery, to boot. Like the gold it’s written about, the book dazzles the reader with a head-spinning … Continue reading

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French food to dine for

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One thing about the French: they know how to eat. Not only do they take their time at meals, lingering over each course, drinking water, sipping wine, and finishing with espresso, but the ingredients are fresh and local and the preparation … Continue reading

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Writers’ Night in Paris!

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For an American writer, it’s a dream come true: being invited to speak and read in Paris. On Friday, July 10, 2015, I was honored to join the very talentedauthors Reine Arcache Melvin and Heather Stimmler-Hall in a lively Q&A … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Hacked!

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Dear Author Sherry Jones subscribers, Please forgive me for any spam email you have received. My account seems to have been hacked. I have changed my password but you might now go into your own email accounts and do the … Continue reading

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Review Roundup: The Best Quotes from The Sharp Hook of Love | France Book Tours

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What an exhilarating three-week blog tour for my new Abelard-and-Heloise novel, “The Sharp Hook of Love.” Check out these excerpts, compiled by tour organizer Emma:    TOUR QUOTATIONS Unshelfish The Sharp Hook of Love has been the best historical romance … Continue reading

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An interview with Sherry Jones: ‘The Sharp Hook of Love’ – Spokesman.com – Oct. 5, 2014

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It’s always great to be interviewed by a journalist, and given the chance to speak my truths. This interview ran in the Sunday, Oct. 5 Spokesman-Review, Spokane’s daily newspaper. Enjoy! Book Review: Sherry Jones’ ‘The Sharp Hook of Love’ – … Continue reading

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Kimberly Eve Musings of a Writer: A Review of The Sharp Hook of Love by Sherry Jones

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Another wonderful review, from Kimberly Eve: “The Sharp Hook of Love is a beautiful love story I would wholeheartedly recommend.” And I wholeheartedly recommend you read her blog! Kimberly Eve Musings of a Writer: A review of The Sharp Hook of … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Sherry Jones: The Greatest Love Story of All Time: Abelard and Heloise | Judith Starkston

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Guest Post by Sherry Jones: The Greatest Love Story of All Time: Abelard and Heloise | Judith Starkston.

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