BioSherelle Winters is an author, podcaster, and software engineer who relocated from her home state of North Carolina to Texas in the early 2000s. Despite her decades in the state, she still longs for good-old-fashioned Carolina-style barbeque versus Texas-style barbequed meats, though she will sometimes admit that she also enjoys good brisket.
A self-professed Japanophile, Sherelle used the country as the setting for her first three novels and notes that her heavy consumption of Japanese media has almost certainly affected her story-telling style and subject matter.
She shares her life with her beloved sweetie, the family she made herself from her closest friends, and her much beloved furkids.
Sherelle's first three books were released under the name Anma Natsu.
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Broken Wing (Preview)
When Jessie Bradshaw needed a place to hide from the world and lick her wounds, returning home to take ownership of her late grandfather's house seemed like the perfect solution.
But she didn't count on her adorable young neighbor Michael coaxing out of her shell or his gorgeous father Galen making her long to be healed the way he was healing the old, broken-down house.
Can Jessie get past the terror of her past to risk putting her trust in someone again?
Miho’s long war with her own mind has her ready to give up when she meets them: charming Taka with his barely leashed rage and sweet Shinji hiding his abuse behind a boyish smile. Their newfound friendship has the potential to be so much more, if it can survive their internal demons and a world that seems so intent on destroying them.
A dying teenage girl. A reluctant prince in hiding. Can their love cause a miracle?
Sakura knows adulthood is not part of her future. In her final year of high school, her body is getting weaker and her eventual death closer. She’s accepted her fate, planned for it, cut off the world to leave no mourners behind. Until the charming yokai of her late guardian’s fairy tales turns up wounded in her garden.
She thought she knew how her life would end, but Kazuki’s arrival is throwing all her planning out the window. But is it too late for her to remember how to love, much less be loved again?
At Week's End (Preview)
Adachi's guilt-ridden trip to Aokigahara Forest wasn't supposed to include a suicidal girl, much less becoming her semi-voluntary hostage for a week. Hoping to find a way to change her mind, he offers to record her life story, but the more he learns, the more of himself he's forced to reveal...