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Introducing Come Full Circle

— the raw, breathtaking conclusion to

The Iceberg Trilogy

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— Samuel and Rebecca

and the iceberg that started it all

Seldom Come By

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— Sonny and Gene and their

Come What May

unforgettable northern odyssey

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Ever since the sinking of the Titanic, icebergs have been regarded by many as a curse. But never to me, nor my young heroine, Rebecca. Icebergs represent something magical, a sign of lightness in darkness, a sign of hope and endless possibilities.

The Iceberg Trilogy  tells the story of three generations of irrepressible women:  Rebecca Crowe, her daughter Gene and granddaughter, Lindsay.

This is a series about love and longing, about mothers and daughters, strangers and lovers, brothers and sisters, the estranged and broken, and, blessedly, about the ones who heal. Each book has signature moments that capture the unique sea and landscapes of Canada, as well as the human soul.

I hope you love reading them as much as I have loved writing them. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds, the yearning and the heartache of The Iceberg Trilogy. Celebrate the human spirit and what it means to be a woman. And let me know what you thought – and felt  – about The Iceberg Trilogy.


Come Full Circle

Out Now!

Book 3 of The Iceberg Trilogy, Come Full Circle,  is now available from popular eBook retailers and also as a paperback. To celebrate its launch throughout December I am running a number of competitions here and with reviewers. Check my blog and Facebook page for the latest details.

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Come Full Circle is about three generations of Canadian women, each feisty in their own way, and their hopes, dreams and awakenings. It starts in 1995 when Rebecca, first introduced in Seldom Come By,  is approaching 96, Gene, her daughter, is in her 62nd year and Lindsay, her granddaughter, will celebrate her 33rd birthday in Sydney.

All three narrate the story at different times.  I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it and that it piques your interest in British Columbia and the Pacific North West.
Go to my Come Full Circle page to read the opening chapters, reader’s reviews and all the details on where to buy.

Win an Iceberg Pack

Enter Now!

Imagine sitting on Rebecca’s verandah in Newfoundland, scanning the horizon for icebergs, reading Come Full Circle, listening to Jane Siberry and sipping vodka. Hopefully this prize pack comes close.

To celebrate the launch of Come Full Circle I am giving away a Come Full Circle Iceberg Pack. This includes:

  • 1 autographed paperback
  • 1 ebook
  • a $30 iTunes voucher
  • Plus a bottle of Vodka made from icebergs
  • Total value approximately $150.

Enter on my Facebook page.

Competition is open worldwide. Closes on Sunday 20th December. Photo below is indicative of type of vodka prize. Only one bottle is included in prize pack.

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Sherryl’s Blog Posts

The Buzz

A beautiful and memorable story

Seldom Come By is a haunting love story set against the windswept coast of Newfoundland. The story draws you in from the opening lines and takes you on a compelling journey across time and continents, through love, loss, heartache and healing. It is a beautiful and memorable story — a great accomplishment and a wonderful read.

Julie Fison, author of teenage romances in the Hardie Grant  ‘Smitten’ series

A touching love story

Rebecca’s story will stay with you long after you have finished these books. Sherryl has that rare talent only great writers have — you hear the protagonists’ voices, see the huge iceberg looming in front of you, smell the stench of blood in the field hospital. This is a touching love story and a sweeping historical account across generations and continents. It will grab you and take you on an epic ride through love and loss, the soaring triumph over adversity and ultimately the power of the human spirit.

Svetlana Stankovic

That ‘fogged-in’ feeling

From very early on I wanted to know what was going to happen to Samuel and Rebecca. I could really empathise with her sense of missing out on life. Great job on creating that fogged-in atmosphere that Newfoundland is famous for. I have lived that ‘fogged-in’ feeling many times. The iceberg was an amazing scene to experience. That sense of longing and yearning that followed was palpable. And from there the tension and excitement just grew, with scenes that were wrenching, breathtaking and moving.

Leah Sparkes

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