to my cyber front porch. I love when company drops by for a visit. Stay for a while and take a journey through my writing career, which started later in life. The road isn’t long, and it’s not over yet…


Saving Gracie

With her mother now gone, Grace is forced to manage her own life for the first time. Can she do it? And is her helicopter mom really that far away?

A mother’s love, however, dysfunctional, is a force to be reckoned with…

Partly Sunny

What will it take for Darcy to find what makes her happy? And can it happen with her tenants, her landlord and her own self-destructive choices?

Time Trials

The Bad Ass Girls have passed through several stages of growth since that freshman year in college. Diverse personalities have somehow survived life events, accomplishments, and disappointments…often with laughter and tears.

How to Write When You Think You Can't, Part One

Have you ever thought about writing a book but didn’t know where to start? You won’t want to miss this easy to read how-to book. Terry Lee, award-winning novelist, has compiled basic steps on:
• Jump-starting the writing mind
• Unforgettable “first drafts” notebook
• Permission statements
• Intent
• Dialogue
• Writing with emotion

The common thread in all of Terry Lee’s books is relationships. She has an innate ability to capture the essence of meaningful relationships and bring them to life in her books. The ties that bind us to our mothers, our friends and even strangers are examined in her writing, giving us something to think about long after finishing the book.  A truly gifted writer with tremendous insight into the human psyche.

Terry Gilmour

As a keen observer and analyst of people and their relationships, Terry always manages to reveal truths about us. Whether it is about love, loss, family, friends, or enemies, she gets to the core of what really matters. And she fills the journey with colorful characters and a good dose of humor. I always enjoy the ride immensely.


Zenie (John) Reddick

Terry Lee has given us wonderful books that each take us deep into our hearts and minds. She has a way with her words that allows the reader to get to know the characters, so by the end of the book the reader feels a kinship with each of them. I look forward to Terry’s next endeavor.



Karen Knoche