About Cheryl Anne Groth


Cheryl Anne Groth Gold Silk BlouseAs a native English speaker with a passion for global understanding, copywriter Cheryl Anne Groth helps businesses and other organizations promote their work in the English-speaking world.

She is a skilled editor and proofreader, and has served as a writing tutor and mentor for writers who want to take their work to the next level.

Based in rural Carroll County, Ohio, Cheryl works with a variety of clients and serves as a staff writer for the Los Angeles Guitar Academy.

Before she entered the field of copywriting, she graduated from Cedarville University with highest honors, earning a B.A. degree in mathematics with minors in both philosophy and religion. After graduating, she attended Trinity Lutheran Seminary for one year, followed by a stint as both a choir director and a figure skating mom.

In addition to her native English, she speaks Turkish, French, and Spanish, and is learning to speak Russian and Te Reo Maori.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading the works of Harper Lee, Joan Didion, Toni Morrison, Jacques Derrida, Faruk Ulay, Gary Percesepe, Truman Capote, Mary Daly, Hélène Cixous, Julia Kristeva, Orhan Pamuk, Rod Serling, Maya Angelou, Flannery O’Connor, and many more.

She is an avid film buff, seeking out thought-provoking work that challenges the viewer’s perspective on life. She plays the piano, sings, and is now learning to play the classical guitar.

Contact Cheryl Anne Groth to discuss how she can help you attract new customers and clients through high-quality copywriting and editing.



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8 thoughts on “About Cheryl Anne Groth

  1. Oh my, busy lady! As an avid reader, I look forward to your blog. And may I offer you another author to check out? You really must add Max Lucado to your reading list. He will feed your spirit ! I would not even dare to suggest which of his books to start with, as they are all superb. ( I have read them all !.) And lucky for us, he adds a new book about once a year. Happy blogging, Cheryl.

    • Rennie,

      Thank you very much for your suggestion and your encouraging words. I am honored. I certainly will check out Max Lucado’s work the next time I visit the library. I look forward to reading some of his books!

    • Esra,

      Thank you so very much! Your words made my evening–actually, strike that–they made my week! I feel so honored that you would think so. You, too, are a most amazing woman, as I can see from your Facebook profile and blog.

      I must thank you, too, for teaching me a new Turkish word, namely,
      “estağfurullah.” I will use it quite a bit in the coming week so that I can remember it.

      As for the lifetimes, just one–one lived with the gift of ADHD hyperfocus! Occasionally, ADHD does get in one’s way, such as times that one speaks without thinking about the consequences–and, yes, unfortunately, the occasional bout of insomnia. Yet, for the most part, I feel as if it is a gift.

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