Cherie Burbach specializes in writing about faith, lifestyle, and relationships. She's passionate about helping people with their friendship questions, promoting random acts of kindness, and offering tips on how to forgive and have the best relationships possible.
She has penned eleven books, including Internet Dating Is Not Like Ordering a Pizza and 21 Ways to Promote Your Book on Twitter, and has published thousands of articles on the subjects of health, sports, and lifestyle for places like Match.com, Philips Lifeline, Christianity Today, and NBC/Universal. Her latest is a book of poems called My Soul Is From a Different Place.
Cherie is a writer and speaker who specializes in helping people connect with others. Her work has appeared on numerous on and offline publications, and she has been quoted in articles for MSN.com, AOL's Gumdrop, Yahoo Shine, and the Poynter Institute, and was also featured in the book What To Do When No One Has a Clue. You can read more about Cherie's background on her Google Profile: Cherie Burbach.
Readers have resonated with Cherie's "This I Believe" essay, which has remained one of the most popular on the NPR site even after several years and tens of thousands of entries.
By Cherie Burbach:
Friendships are an important part of my life, and like many of you I've seen them change over the years. Some of my friends have been around for half my life or more, while others I've just met. For information on me, feel free to visit my website.
- My Soul Is From a Different Place
- Creative Day Planner
- 21 Ways to Promote Your Book on Twitter
- 21 Simple Things You Can Do to Help Someone With Diabetes
- Internet Dating Is Not Like Ordering a Pizza
- Father's Eyes
- Yes, You