“I never saw writing on my horizon…what a ride…” – Terry Lee
As a native Houstonian, Terry held a license in chemical abuse counseling for over twenty years, and still maintains her massage therapy license. In 2004, she trained to be a volunteer for Houston Hospice, a life-changing training session she believes would benefit all.
– “Hospice, contrary to the belief of many, is not about dying, but about helping people live until they die.”
Her intent is to deliver stories with wisdom, warmth, a medley of emotions, and always a touch of humor, which she often finds to be the elixir of life.
– “When I write, I pull from what I know—real people, real life and all the obstacles in between.”
Terry is proof it is never too late to reinvent one’s self or pursue a dream. Her first novel, Saving Gracie, was published in 2012, the year she turned sixty years old. Her second, Partly Sunny in September 2013, and Time Trials hit the shelves the end of November, 2015.
How To Write When You Think You Can’t, Part One & Two are short, to the point e-books on how she started from ground zero and learned to write.
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