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TBT Feature Novel: Sacred Ashes by Sherri Stone

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!! Thanks for stopping by. Today, I have another TBT feature novel, Sacred Ashes, ​by Sherri Stone. Check out the information about the book and be sure to read her bio. I’ve made it easy for you to click on the links to purchase the novel as well as add it to your TBR pile at Goodreads. Happy Reading!!

About the Book


From the back cover: “The man who killed Dani LaClere’s entire family has died in prison after ten years. She expects closure, but her grief is alive and well, and so is her anger at God – and Christians. She plans to deal with it like she always has, by not thinking about it. Easier said than done when she witnesses a murder and becomes the target of a stalker. Her fear escalates as evidence begins to suggest a tie to her family’s murder. When a handsome prison chaplain confirms her suspicions Dani is forced to deal with the pain of her past and a killer she will not see coming.”

​Purchase: Amazon, B&N

About the Author


Sherri Stone has been a social worker in the panhandle of Florida for almost 25 years.
​She blogs about hospice at and about life at She is also a writer with a book about hospice and grief in the works. Her debut fiction novel, Sacred Ashes, was released last year and is available through Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Book two in the series is due out this summer, and book three by the end of the year. Sherri enjoys hearing from and connecting with readers and other writers, helping her husband with his BBQ team, and being mom to eight-year-old Riley, the dog from an alien planet.

Connect and follow Ms. Stone at: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

4 thoughts on “TBT Feature Novel: Sacred Ashes by Sherri Stone”

  1. Toni, thanks for sharing this great review with our Heart”wings” sisters. I would like to get to know Sherri Stone better because she looks like an excellent fit for our women’s fellowship group.
    I definitely want to get Sherri’s book – Sacred Ashes which sounds like a really good read. j


    1. Thank you, Joyce. I got your link and will be visiting soon. It looks beautiful. I appreciate the invitation to join you and the kind words. I hope you get a chance to enjoy Dani’s story.


  2. Hi Toni. Thanks so much for having me as your guest today. I’m looking forward to meeting some of your readers.


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