About Cheryl

Cheryl Kerr sustained a traumatic brain injury that left her disabled and searching for answers in 1994. It was twelve years before doctors found her surprising diagnosis and cure.

During this turbulent and uncertain time, Kerr learned valuable lessons about the love and strength of family and friends, the feelings of frustration, isolation and guilt and how to navigate your way through them; and how to transform unexpected struggles into an opportunity to heal past relationships.

Her experience motivated her to write See Ya, which is loosely based on her quest to learn more about her beloved father. Kerr realized as an adult that when she was growing up, she hadn’t really known her father.

See Ya is Kerr’s second novel. She has published columns, essays and articles, and a book on employment law.

Kerr works and travels as a motivational speaker on disability awareness and recovery.  She is also a licensed volunteer for the Court Appointed Special Advocates, a nationwide non-profit agency dedicated to providing care and support for children in foster care.

The native Texan holds a BA from the University of Texas in Austin and an MBA from St. Edward’s University. A CPA by trade, Kerr has been an accountant and consultant, a college professor, writer, and speaker on risk assessment and fraud.

She lives in the Texas Hill Country with her family and a horse Hallelujah.

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  1. “See Ya” was one of the most fascinating books I have ever read, I literally read the entire novel in one night as I could not put it down. I’m excited to see what the author has coming out next!


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