Comments on this fabulous cover by Angela Collier have been superb. Angela was a graphic arts student at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay when she agreed to tackle this project.
Shevivor is my first novel, so I hope you enjoy reading about Janet Murphy and her family-oriented exploits. It is a complex story covering a myriad of incidents and events. She is a successful advertising sales executive; that part of the story offers valuable insight into marketing strategies.
Work is almost complete on a sequel, tentatively titled Shevivor…Again. One reader commented that Shevivor left them hungry for more. Another asked when the next book was coming out. Editing is scheduled to begin December 1st with exciting new chapters and surprises!
Thanks for stopping by! This is my online residence–Terry’s Place.
Do some exploring if you’d like to learn more about me and what I write. My goal is to share words with you and trust you will continue to follow my writing…maybe buy my books some day.
News Update: Pray for eradicating of the pandemic disabling our nation! Add to your prayer list the end of violence in our cities. Remember that freedom is not free. Thank a veteran for their service!
As president of Shawano Area Writers since April 2018, I invite you to check out our writer’s group. If you are a writer or aspire to be one, a writer’s group offers you motivation, incentive (or inspiration), camaraderie, and enthusiasm (or encouragement) — MICE.
Shawano Area Writers’ next meeting will be Thursday, December 17th. It will likely be a virtual meeting via Zoom unless the Shawano City/County Library opens for group meetings again. Meetings start at 10:00 a.m. and end at noon. Feel free to see what we’re all about. You can even bring something of your own to read.
Shawano Area Writers also sponsors the George Putz Jr. Memorial Student Writing Contest for budding writers in Shawano and Menominee counties. Go to the Shawano Area Writers website (see link above) for details. The 2020 awards program was cancelled! Winning writers were notified by mail and received their certificates and prize money with a copy of the program announcing them.
On the recommendation of my friend and fellow writer, John J. Mutter, Jr., I joined the Wisconsin Writer’s Association. John and I attended WWA’s state convention in September 2018 where we met agents, publishers, and other authors.
I am also a member of the Green Bay Area Writer’s Guild which normally meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. in the Brown County Central Library in downtown Green Bay. Join us January 5th, 2021 for a virtual meeting via Zoom! The link will be available on the Guild’s website (use link above to go there). We start on time, so check us out!
In my career I have put more than one million words on paper or hard drive, so stay tuned for more of my work.
I enjoy being out in nature and find water and woods more inspirational than concrete and steel. My true passion is writing!
Enjoy exploring…and reading!