Mrs. Earp (Monahan)

Author Bio
Birth—N/A
Where—the state of Illinois, USA
Raised—the state of New Jersey
Education—N/A
Currently—lives in the state of North Carolina


Sherry Monahan is the incoming president (June 2014) of Western Writers of America and the author of several books on the Victorian West, including Mrs. Earp, California Vines, Wines & Pioneers, Taste of Tombstone, The Wicked West: Boozers, Cruisers, Gamblers and More and Tombstone's Treasure: Silver Mines & Golden Saloons.

Sherry also writes a "Frontier Fare" column for True West magazine and works as a marketing consultant and professional genealogist. As the "Genie with a Bottle," she traces the genealogy of food and wine. She calls it "Winestry" and says, "History never tasted so good."

She is currently working on Her Fateful Decision: The True Story of Ethel Hertslet (formerly, To California and Back), which is a true story of an aristocratic family who settled the rugged land of Lake County, California, in the 1880s.

She’s been on the History Channel in many shows, including Cowboys and Outlaws: Wyatt Earp, she co-hosted an episode of the Lost Worlds: Sin City of the West (Deadwood), Investigating History and two of the Wild West Tech shows. She was given a Wrangler in the 2010 Western Heritage Awards for her performance in the Cowboys and Outlaws show.

Her "Frontier Fare" column is being turned into a cookbook and will be released in 2015.

Other publications include the Tombstone Times, Tombstone Tumbleweed, Tombstone Epitaph, Arizona Highways, and other freelance works. In addition to her Victorian west books, Sherry has written three local history books on North Carolina towns. They capture the history of Apex, Cary, and Southport through 200+ images and historical details and recollections. (From the author.)

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