A little more about Teri Lee

Thanks so much for reading my blog! I hope you are enjoying my posts. And thank you for clicking on this page to learn a little img_8349-4.jpgmore about me.  My passion is writing.  It’s something I’ve loved to do since I was a teenager. My first publication was an article titled The Value of Clinical Feedback, which made its appearance in the November issue of Nursing 2012 Critical Care.

On August 21, 2014, Troubled Spirits a YA Paranormal novel was published by Black Rose Writing. In August of 2017, I released the third edition through the world of self-publishing.  Since then I’ve been learning lots about marketing a book while working on Troubled Spirits’ sequel, Whispering Spirits.

For now, I pay my bills with my other passion–nursing.  I flip between the veils of life and death, bringing new life into this world as a labor and delivery nurse and snatching souls from the hands of the grim reaper as an ER nurse. The best part is that I’m a travel nurse, which means I roam the country in 13-week blocks of time, adventuring and photographing.  You can view and purchase many of my photographs here.

For over a quarter of a century, I’ve shared my adventures with my husband, Jeremy. Our three children are grown and making their own paths through life, but our furbaby, Rocky–German Shepard trapped in a Yorkie body–travels the country with us.

Thanks for stopping by!  




3 thoughts on “A little more about Teri Lee”

  1. Have just taken the time to read your blog. Really enjoyed it. Loved the moon reflections. Have heard we’ll have a strawberry moon tonight, hope I can stay awake long enough to see it!

    Hope all is well! School year is winding down…2 more weeks and a day, not that I’m counting. Just finished what felt like a very successful unit on the Holocaust centered on the play based on The Diary of Anne Frank and several other Holocaust era novels. The students did some really insightful writing, am so proud of them. Yesterday we took all 80 of them to the Holocaust center in Augusta. What a moving experience. Think of you often, hope all is well! Donna Whalen

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoy my blog! I love your students and am not at all surprised that their writing was insightful! I will be back in Maine at least through September and would love to spend a day with your class again! But for now, enjoy your summer and take some time to bask in the moonlight (sunlight is good, too)


  2. Would love to talk with you this summer. I will be starting with a new group of students at the end of August, It would be wonderful to have you spend time with them!

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