Sherry Robinson grew up in Lexington, Kentucky, and except for a brief time in Tennessee, she has lived in Kentucky all her life. She loves spending time with her husband, her sons and daughter-in-law, and her grandson. She is also the volunteer director for a local food pantry.
Sherry has spent her whole life writing. Or at least it feels that way sometimes. From the time she wrote a poem with her spelling words in the second grade, she fell in love with putting words together in some creative way. After spending many years writing academic papers, her creative side re-emerged. She published her first novel, My Secrets Cry Aloud, in 2009. Her second novel, Blessed, is scheduled to be released in 2019.
Sherry has spent nearly a quarter of a century at Eastern Kentucky University. She spent thirteen years as a professor in English, nine of those as the Director of the Writing Center. She is currently the Vice Provost at EKU. She holds a PhD in English from the University of Kentucky, an MA in English from Eastern Kentucky University, and a BS in Mass Communication from Middle Tennessee State University,
Sherry loves to travel, whether its to exotic places like Iceland or to small towns all over the country. She has traveled to or through all 50 states (several more than once) and to nearly 20 countries.