Contact Cheri

General Inquiries

You can contact me at: cheri (at) cheribaker (dot) com.

Email is hands-down the best way to reach me. Please check below for answers to frequently asked questions. Thanks!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When’s your next book coming out?
A: If you like, you can get notified by email when I have book news. I also maintain a list of current books in progress .

Q: What’s the correct reading order for your series?
A: Visit my books page to find books listed in order, by series.

Q: Where’s your Facebook page?
A: I don’t have one. My newsletter is the best way to stay in touch. 🙂 If you like, you can follow my new releases on Amazon (click the orange follow button to get Amazon notifications about my books), Bookbub , and/or Goodreads .

Q: Why can’t I buy your books at my preferred retailer?
A: Some of my ebooks are exclusive to Amazon because being part of Amazon’s KU program helps me earn a living. In general, our intention is to put books into KU for a limited time, so you can either wait for the book to be published more widely or pick it up at Amazon in the meantime. PS: Paperbacks are most always available on Barnes and Noble. PPS: I don’t like Amazon exclusivity either, but a girl’s gotta pay her bills.

Q: I found a typo or error in one of your books, and I want to tell you about it.
A: Feel free! Even with multiple sets of eyes on a new book, mistakes sometimes sneak through. We appreciate you letting us know. Please include which version of the book contains the error (paperback, Kindle, Nook, etc). Note: Book retailers don’t auto-update the ebooks sitting on your e-reader, so you may not see corrections after we make them.

Q: I was offended by profanity/content in one of your books.
A: Some of my books contain swearing and on-the-page violence and others don’t. If you prefer stories without swears or big scares, downloading sample chapters from Amazon and reading book reviews can help you figure out a book’s tone and language.

Q: Can I get audio editions of your work?
A: Not yet. It’s something we’d love to do, but at the moment the economics don’t pencil out. This is something we’re watching closely, and when conditions change, we’ll hop on that audio train!