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Award Winner!

How NOT to win a guy in ten days, but somehow still work everything out.
Sep.08.2011

Courting Constance has won the 2011 Reader's Favorite Award (Gold Medal) for Christian romance. 

Teryl's Latest Blogs

Jun.16.2011 - 11:19 am
I'm not sure if hosting someone else on your blog helps more than giving a review, but we all celebrate when another author releases a book, renewing hope in our own ventures. ...
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Jan.25.2011 - 8:53 am
Yesterday I saw the ultimate bookmark.  It contains a timer so that you can read for a set amount of time.  It is the next big thing, I'm sure.  Even more interesting was the...
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Dec.17.2010 - 7:51 am
I've been visiting the fictious town of Portwenn and wish I could live there sometimes.  Doc Martin is one of those tv series you can watch for free online but want to buy anyway...
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Aug.27.2010 - 8:53 am
Morning tv.  The "news."  In my daily migration through the channels I came across the phenom of "Laugh Clubs".  These are, I'm told, springing up all over the...
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Comments from Teryl

Jan.26.2011 - 7:49 pm
In response to: Reading Contest
Thanks for your comment.  Guess I missed the mark if you thought I was actually serious.  I'll work on my sarcasm and...
Aug.02.2010 - 5:18 pm
In response to: Book Release Today
Dear David Thank you so much for the list to try--I finally have a media kit to include with my books now so that...
Jun.22.2010 - 6:40 pm
In response to: 7 Silly Bandz of Kevin Bacon
I enjoyed reading your blogs!
Jun.22.2010 - 6:38 pm
In response to: 7 Silly Bandz of Kevin Bacon
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Jun.22.2010 - 6:32 pm
In response to: 7 Silly Bandz of Kevin Bacon
Dear Rosy, Thank you for responding, your thought provoking words made me reflect on the constantly conflicting...

Published Reviews

Courting Constance--How to Win a Guy in Ten Days in Regency England
Jul.19.2010
Published by Romance Junkies
COURTING CONSTANCE is a wonderful tale of learning what it truly means to love someone, even if it requires letting them go. Through humorous and entertaining debacles, Cartwright...