For most of her life, Pacific Northwest naturalist, photographer, poet, and author Cheryl Grey Bostrom has lived in the rural and wild lands that infuse her writing. Her work has appeared in a wide variety of print and online publications, currently including the American Scientific Affiliation’s God and Nature Magazine (for which she’s a regular photo essayist) and her blog: Watching Nature, Seeing Life. A member of the Redbud Writers Guild, she has authored two non-fiction books and the award-winning novel Sugar Birds.
Her latest book: SUGAR BIRDS
Set in NW Washington State in 1985, Sugar Birds is the harrowing, tender account of young Aggie, who lights a terrible fire, then hides in a PNW forest, evading those who must bring her home before wilderness claims them all. A riveting story about grief, trust, and the search for forgiveness.
🔆 WINNER of the 2021 American Fiction Awards in Literary Fiction, General Fiction, and Cross-Genre Fiction categories, and FINALIST in Religious Fiction
🔆 WINNER, AWARD OF MERIT in the 2022 Christianity Today Book Awards in Fiction
🔆 BOOK OF THE MONTH for February 2022, The International Pulpwood Queens and Timber Guys Book Club,
🔆 SILVER MEDALIST in the 2021 Reader’s Favorite Awards in Inspirational Fiction
🔆 WINNER of the 2021 Best Book Award in Inspirational Fiction
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SUGAR BIRDS, the AUDIOBOOK:
Special audiobook price HERE!
Read by award-winning narrator Jayne Entwistle.
MORE about all Cheryl’s books . . .
Visit Cheryl’s blog: Watching Nature, Seeing Life.