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Forbidden Love, Reincarnation And Spitfires Help Author Sherrie Lowe Cope With ME

Friday 18 August 2017


From UK newspaper The Sentinel:


Cheryl Warrilow
Author Cheryl Warrilow, who writes under
the pen name of Sherrie Lowe

Forbidden love, reincarnation and Spitfires help author Sherrie Lowe cope with ME

By Richard Ault
August 17, 2017
Copyright © 2017 Local World. All Rights Reserved

Isolated at home after being struck down by an illness which causes chronic fatigue, Cheryl Warrilow used to wait, staring out of the window, for her children to return from school.

After previously being a healthy and active mother of two, with a regular job in a busy shop, Cheryl grew increasingly frustrated at her energy loss, and the crippling migraines which can leave her bed-ridden for days at a time, caused by ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis).

So, she began to write – and after publishing two memoirs, and several works of fiction, including Arms of Angels, a runner up in The Sentinel's Too Write competition, Cheryl now has ambitions of earning a living as a novelist.

But perhaps more importantly, she says writing has kept her sane and help to stave off the feeling of isolation she suffered after being struck down by ME, a long term and fluctuating condition which affects people in different ways.


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