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Cherrlyn Eller

Cherrlyn Eller


Cherrlyn Eller is a retired university instructor and former minister’s wife of over 20 years. With her Master’s in English Composition, she has taught writing and literature for over two and a half decades. She’s also a writing consultant for a variety of industries and fields, including the internet, engineering, accounting, and real estate.

Along with Cherrlyn’s passion for writing, she has devoted her life to studying wisdom, wellness, and motivation. She has taught and counseled thousands of women at various stages of transition.

Cherrlyn lives in Colorado with her husband of 54 years, Jim, and their rescue dog, Lily.

Cherrlyn Eller’s books include:

* Renewed: Ad Daybook for Finding You Again
* The Women’s Code of Wisdom: Transforming Today’s Woman (a contemporary paraphrase of Proverbs).
* Willa Cather’s The Song of the Lark: 1915 edition with revisions to the 1937 edition (including a page-by-page comparison of Cather’s two revisions).

Cherrlyn Eller’s Books

RENEWED: A Daybook for Finding You Again

Strugging to Be You Again?

Does our youth-obsessed society make you feel invisible?

Discover powerful life-changing improvement and self-renewal. Reclaim your happiness, confidence, and motivation. Free yourself to become the best new you.

Imagine who you can become. Imagine the best new you.

The Women’s Code Of Wisdom: Transforming Today’s Woman

Do you need inspiration for creating change in your life?

Are you ready to make better decisions, develop lasting relationships, and gain more self-confidence? The Women’s Code of Wisdom is for you.

Its advice empowers women to find their passion and become their best. It gives the guidance system you need. 

Willa Cather’s The Song of the Lark: 1915 edition with revisions to the 1937 edition

Cather reaches readers through her theme of calming life’s chaos.

The Song of the Lark provides the calming. This version also includes an examination of what she says about writing compared with what she does in her writing.

In this book, you’ll find a side-by-side comparison of the revisions from Cather’s two editions of The Song of the Lark.


I thought it was written with me.


Must read for every modern day women.



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