Since earning her B. A. degree in English and History, Terri’s writing career has been primarily non-fiction – print media, creative writing/social studies programs for elementary schools, radio public service announcements, producing and hosting a weekly cable television children’s program, family publication ownership, and Wellfamilies Handbook, published in 1990 by Westport Publishers, Kansas City, MO.
Terri created Creative Communication to offer support for print and online writers of all genres, to insure their work can meet the public in professional style. Christian Communication for Women, introduced in 1993, is an interactive program for women to improve communication skills while using the Bible as their resource.
Her first ventures into fiction were for children, including a recently-revised storybook, The Church Mouse That Flew,now available on Smashwords.com, which won Third Place in the Juvenile or Young Adult Short Story category in Frontiers in Writing 2010, sponsored by Panhandle Professional Writers. Where Do Grandparents Live is also available on Smashwords. Her first two ventures into adult fiction are Corporate Prince, available at SynergEbooks.com and Amazon.com, and Toy Room, now available at wingsepress.com.