Blogger’s Books: Cheryl Oreglia

I am delighted to announce that the lovely American blogger, Cheryl Oreglia, has published her first book! You can read Cheryl’s blog by following this link.

Here she is.

And here is her book.

Grow Damn It! is a captivating work by Cheryl Oreglia, who uses uncommon honesty and arresting humor to draw you into her cantankerous life, forty-year marriage, and revolving empty nest. She claims the space between past and future is where our potential is created or destroyed.

If you don’t like where your life is going, dig deeper, and write a new story. By weeding out the things that clutter her life, she invites you into a refreshing space with some of her most popular posts from her beloved blog Living in the Gap.

She surrounds herself with a gaggle of intriguing friends, along with a large and rambunctious family who challenge both her and the reader to live fully in an ever-changing world. Her provocative writing dares us to confront our lives not only with optimism, but courage, and uproarious laughter. Oreglia uses her experience to explore what matters most in life… the degree to which we love and are loved.

The book is available in paperback and Kindle versions, and free on KU in Britain. Here are some buying links.

UK sales.

Please show Cheryl some support and encouragement by reading her post about this new book.

And if you think this is your kind of book, please buy a copy too! I just bought my Kindle version. 🙂

35 thoughts on “Blogger’s Books: Cheryl Oreglia

  1. Oh my goodness! What a wonderful surprise to wake up to and on my launch day! Thank you Pete, your kind and generous support is greatly appreciated. I’ve been waiting for this day for so long and now I don’t know what to do with myself! Thank you for promoting my dream here on your site. Means the world to me. Hugs, C

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    1. Thanks very much, Annika. I am happy to feature the books of any blogger in our community, and I genuinely enjoy Cheryl’s warm-hearted writing style, her honesty, and her sense of humour.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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