Novelist and Children's Author

What is ReConnect

Posted by on Feb 20, 2013 in Faith | 4 comments



Definition: to link or be linked together again.

I picture the word ReConnect as a daisy chain, children holding hands, or a string of hearts tied with yarn.

In my world, to ReConnect means spending time with God, greeting my husband with a kiss, listening to my children when they come home from school, drinking coffee with a friend, or curling up with a book. (Yes, I LOVE to read a good story!)


I’ve discovered that to ReConnect is a choice.

Will I reach out to others or walk on by?

Will I seek forgiveness or harbor bitterness?

Will I trust God or take control?


Each day I need to decide to ReConnect—with God, with my family, and with friends—or to selfishly make life all about me. Can you relate?


As an author, I write about this topic, too!


My nonfiction books ReConnect girls with God’s Word, making the Bible relevant to everyday circumstances. The Christian Girl’s Guide to Style helps girls strengthen their character on the inside while exploring their one-of-a-kind style.


My novels are about ReConnecting with someone from the past. In Delivered with Love, Claire James seeks to find the writer of an old love letter that she discovers in her late mother’s VW Bug. In The Heart Stone, Jessica MacAllister tries to run from her son’s absentee biological father, while Evelyn Sweeney longs to see her first love again.


Through my blog I want to ReConnect with you, my trusted readers and friends, and chat about topics like faith and fiction.


How about you? How do you ReConnect?



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  1. Laura Bennet

    Loving the new look, Sherry! You’ve taken it to the next level, lady. I like reconnecting with you with a cup of coffee and a walk on the beach 🙂 It’s also great to reconnect to people I haven’t talked to in a long, long time. Facebook and LinkedIn have been great for that. Skype is how I reconnected with my Aussie husband when we were dating online and also how I keep connected to my son, Chris and his wife, who live in Poland. Isn’t it amazing how we can keep connected or reconnect to people now with the technology of the world?

    • Sherry Kyle

      HI Laura!

      Thank you so much for the compliments on my new website! I LOVE to reconnect with you with our walks and talks on the beach. I enjoy hearing about how you connected with your Aussie husband online. Technology is amazing, isn’t it? Now if I could only keep up with it…

  2. Shaney

    Your books sound really interesting!