Her novels and short stories feature heroines who, like wildflowers, appear fragile, yet thrive in the harshest conditions. Sherry weaves love, life and forgiveness into tales that transcend all obstacles, including the grave.
The Forgetting earned the Alice Munro Short Story Award in 2009. In 2010, her novel, Homecoming, earned Honorable Mention in the Georgia Romance Writers’ Maggie. That same year, the Heart of Denver’s Molly contest declared her heroine, Hannah Marsh, ‘Unsinkable’.
Sherry believes in romance, identity, and the depth of the human soul.
“Sherry’s writing is as lyrical as Sue Monk Kidd’s, but carries a psychological punch Jodi Picoult could envy. Beauty and power on the page. Award-winning writing.”
“There is no pretension here… What Isaac gives us is solid, old-fashioned storytelling that is crisp, clean and infinitely readable.”
“…a level of artistry many writers can only aspire to…flat-out brilliant.”
“From funny to poignant and back again… Sherry Isaac is pulse pounding perfect.”