Kerri Davidson (nee: Onofreychuk) is a Canadian multi-genre author and writer who loves vodka, potato chips, all animals, and some people.
She currently lives in Elbow, Saskatchewan with her husband Travis.
Kerri has lived in numerous other locations throughout Saskatchewan and Manitoba. She used to list them all in her bio, but has finally run out of room.
* indicates forthcoming
Journey of Souls series:
The Soul Must Go On
The Winding Road series (coauthored with Mark Gelinas):
Eyes on the Road
The Road Home
*Fork in the Road
The Chronicles of Henny (graphic novel):
Volumes 1 - 5
*And the Librarian
*And the Social Worker
*And the Newlywed
Beneath the Snow
The Price of Humanity
Current publications (with the exception of The Chronicles of Henny) are available at all your favorite e-stores, including Amazon. Message for signed copies.
Amelia Clarke is dead. But she's not gone. She has an earth family to watch over, new worlds to explore, and mind-blowing discoveries to make. Her husband Jason and teenage daughter Amy have their own problems as they struggle to come together and live in a world without her.
Amy. Sweet sixteen and never been kissed. She'll soon find out this is the least of her troubles. Life hasn't even begun to heap its miseries upon her. Overweight, socially awkward, and now motherless . . . Will she be able to rise above and find her place in the universe?
Soul's Choice is set in both the afterlife and the world as we know it. This story follows the journey of three souls and the choices they make in the face of disaster, despair, and the underlying but always present Rules.
A sequel to Soul's Choice.
When eighteen-year-old Amy Clarke-Grant dies, leaving behind her husband and twin babies, she discovers it is not the end.
Predeceased by her parents, Amelia and Jason, Amy is astonished to find them where she does. Her family calls to her from this brand new world, the In Between, and from Earth, where danger lurks. Throw in a mystery pal waiting to welcome her to the afterlife and Amy's plate is full.
The Soul Must Go On picks up where Soul's Choice left off. What will become of Amy now? Will she be able to rise to the challenges and fix what needs to be fixed? Or will she once again succumb to her flaws and let everyone down... including herself?
"...Offers a unique perspective on the afterlife and gives the reader hope..."
Glenn Harrold, clinical hypnotherapist and author of The Answer
"An emotion-packed journey!"
Veronica Cline Barton, author of the My American Almost-Royal Cousin series.
A sequel to Soul's Choice and The Soul Must Go On - Book Three in the Journey of Souls series.
Mercy Winters is the star of the show.
Self-appointed soul counselor of the In Between for the past eighteen years, she has it all figured out. Back on Earth, her twin babies are all grown up. Now, an event looms in Jamy's and Al's future - a coming together of souls that Mercy has been anticipating for years.
However, unexpected arrivals to the afterlife divide Mercy's attention between the drama unfolding on Earth and otherworldly experiences beyond her wildest imagination. What do these strange souls need from Mercy? How does it all tie back to Earth and the connections there that refuse to release her?
Most importantly, does she want to know the answer to these questions?
When an unprecedented September blizzard sweeps through the town of Hazelton on the Canadian Prairies, the citizens hunker down to wait it out. It's not just Hazelton. Hurricanes, floods, and ever bigger snowstorms are raging across the globe. Maybe their town got off lucky.
Thinking the worst is over, a brave few dig their way out. They need to get on with their lives. They need to go to work. They need to go shopping.
Twyla sets out in expectation of a quiet day at the linen store. Horace reports for duty at the grocery store with something more sinister in mind. Little do they know their world is about to be reduced to this single shopping mall.
Because the storm wasn't over. It was only napping.
Will Twyla, her fellow mall employees, and the would-be-shoppers find a way to come together and survive in their new society beneath the snow?
Or will hell freeze
It's the summer of '95.
Morgan Parker has had enough.
She just graduated from high school and what is she doing? Looking after her mother's mid-life child. No one understands her dreams. No one supports her interests. She has to get away. Maybe meeting her dad, her real dad, will change her life.
Across town, Joshua Hampton is also fed up.
His father brought dishonor on the family and he wants to make amends - by joining the U.S. Marines. But first, he wants to visit his uncle who served. He's a hero.
Josh and Morgan barely know each other, and have nothing in common except their destination: Seattle. After a drunken declaration at a party, they find themselves thrust together on the open road.
Seattle is a long way from their home of Bathurst, New Brunswick, but they're certain they can make it. They're grownups now. What could go wrong?
However, when you keep your eyes on the road, you never know what you might see at the end. Join Morgan and Josh in this riveting coming of age story that will keep you buckled in until the last page.
A sequel to Eyes on the Road - Book Two in the Winding Road series.
Goodbye Seattle - Bathurst here we come!
Josh and Morgan are on the road home and their spirits are high. They're looking forward to exploring their new relationship as they cross the continent once again.
However, the closer they get to Bathurst and the looming future, the less sure they are about what awaits them.
And rightly so. Homecoming does indeed hold many surprises and unexpected hurdles. Crushed expectations, conflicting schedules, parental interference, and a past that won't let go threaten to destroy their fledgling relationship.
Will the love Morgan and Josh believe they've found survive, or will Christmas find them saying "Humbug?"
Kris Bellamy has no future. Then again, she barely has a present. Why wouldn't she take the opportunity of a lifetime when she's recruited to join Commutech Inc? The company is beyond the cutting edge of genetics. Not only can they cure Kris, they can also offer her the chance to help others... to help the world.
With little to leave behind, Kris takes their offer... and immediately regrets her decision. She quickly realizes what she's lost. Her freedom. Her identity. Gone.
At least she has Rob, another newcomer. Someone to talk to, to connect with. Someone who just might be her soulmate.
But the more they learn about their new lives, the more they suspect it's too good to be true. That's what Kris needs to find out.
Can she discover the truth in time? Or will she pay the ultimate price... with her humanity?
The Chronicles of Henny follow the life and struggles of a fowl-mouthed, drunken chicken named Henny who lives with a cop. He's just trying to find his place in the world . . .
Yes, disastrous (and hilarious) consequences are bound to ensue.
Clearly not suitable for children, these humorous graphic novels are written for "grownups." Bonus: The illustrations are as comical as the books!