A powerful story about three sisters who are subjected to a childhood of unrelenting abuse at the hands of their father. It’s human nature to seek escape from the violent and isolated prison they live in, and each of them chooses a different path out of their own personal nightmare.
Cade Peirce was born to be a hero. Raised by wealthy parents, he spent his formative years developing a sense of right and a drive for justice. Misunderstood by those around him, Cade wandered the world trying to find the right fight, the right person to save, the right moment to shine, always coming up short.
On an isolated expanse of tundra near the tiny subarctic community of Churchill, Manitoba, an ancient evil has been awakened… and now it is ready to feed.
My Soul To Keep
Kathleen was at her breaking point. Her marriage was a disaster. Her daughter hated her. Her son was a constant annoyance to her. Her employer was treating her unfairly. And, she was suicidal. After an altercation with her boss, she crashes her car and ends up someplace quite unexpected. She desperately fights to return to the world she once knew, before it’s too late.
Terrie M. Scott is the mother of two children and currently resides in Ohio. She is a graduate of the world-renowned College Conservatory of Music, (UC) with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Television, Radio and Film. She is a United States Army Veteran, who served as Public Affairs Non-Commissioned Officer for several years. She was also an expert marksman and demolitions expert. She received the “Distinguished Service” medal in 1985 and was Honorably discharged in 1988.
Terrie also owns a film production company with her daughters, called M.A.R.S. Productions. Their parody films showed at conventions across the country. She has a passion for writing, film and editing. Terrie produced the independent film “Through a Child’s Eyes” about domestic violence, in 2012.
Terrie has been editing and proofreading manuscripts for other writers for over 30 years. She enjoys helping new authors on their journey to publishing.
Her true passion lies in animal welfare and animal rescue. She owns an animal rescue organization called M.A.R.S. Safe Haven. In addition to finding homes for severally abused and neglected animals, Terrie currently works with Operation Baghdad Pups and SPCA International to bring soldiers pets in Iraq and other war zones safely home to the U.S.A. Terrie’s campaign to rescue the dog named “Ratchet” in Iraq gained international media attention. Ratchet was finally released by the Army and is now living with Sgt. Beberg’s family in Minnesota. Terrie also finds home for retired Military Working Dogs. Terrie’s commitment to saving Military Working Dogs from being put down after their term of service resulted in significant policy changes in 2012 within the DOD. From now on, MWD will be retired and re-homed – not disposed of after they have protected our troops.
Terrie is also the author of several books, including Dark Storm Rising, Prosperity’s Princess, Monsters, Shadowlands, Immortals, Frozen, Remembrance, Shattered Rose, Voices, Infestation, Retribution, Soul Harvest and Arctic Fear. Coming soon to hardcover: FALLEN ANGELS and RJ49
Terrie was also an instructor for PreK-2nd graders in the program for Gifted and Talented Children offered through the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University, where she served on the Board of Trustees as Internet Chair and Registrar.
Terrie is currently the Chair Person for Midwest Preservation Society, dedicated to building our future by preserving historic buildings. Terrie is one of the caretakers of the Sedamsville Rectory, which MPS has been restoring for the past few years. The Sedamsville Rectory has been featured on the Travel Channel, Biography Channel and the SyFy Network.
Daughter, Ashlee (26) is a director, film editor and recent graduate of New York Film Academy. Ashlee has over 12 years of experience in film, dubbed “Young Movie Moguls” as teens, she and her sister have showcased their films at conventions throughout the country. USA Today blogged about their Lord of the Rings parody “Middle Earth Idols,” commending their advanced skills for such a young age. Ashlee recently completed filming “Through a Child’s Eyes” with her NYC film crew, which premiered in NYC this August.
Ashlee represented TheOneRing.net in December 2012 at the NYC premiere of THE HOBBIT, interviewing cast and crew, including Peter Jackson, Elijah Wood and Richard Armitage.
Daughter, Rachel (24), is a professional ballroom dancer and actress. She is an instructor for the Fred Astaire Dance Studios. Rachel performs at galas and events nationwide. She plays “Cyn” in the series pilot “FALLEN” and has starred in several independent films, with over 12 years of experience in film. She will be teaching acting and dance classes beginning this August in the Cincinnati area.
Tri-State County Animal Response Team
First Responder with Tri-State CART – Animal Emergency Response Team.
2013 – Present
University of Cincinnati Alumni Association
1986 – Present – Member
HTML Writer’s Guild
1995 – present
I have just begun working with Terrie, and I can’t even begin to say how impressed I am with her overall communication, enthusiasm, and expertise. She is highly responsive, prompt, pro-active, and truly engaged in my experience. I am so excited to have her on this journey with me. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table, along with a great personality. I cannot recommend her highly enough, and know I will absolutely hire Terrie again for future endeavors! I am honored to be working with you, Terrie! Thanks so much for jumping right on in there! Ten Stars!
Terrie has been a wonderful mentor and editor for my manuscript. She has definitely helped me become a better writer. She has a unique way of bringing words and creativity out of me that I did not know existed. I have found her to be an invaluable resource. She has helped me transform my manuscript into something that is marketable. Thank you!
Terrie is knowledgable about the world of writing and publishing and has a knack for knowing just what to suggest to help get you back on track. I had written a number of stories but was too afraid to let anyone read them and they were just stashed away. Terrie was very supportive of my efforts and is helping me gain confidence in my writing. I not only found an excellent editor but a friend!
Terrie is forthright about the reason she does what she does. She loves the trade of writing as well as helping others with like affections. I am very fortunate to have crossed paths with her and hope I can reward her invaluable help someday with more than just the modest fee she charges.