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Terri Forehand RN Writing for children and adults

Nashville, IN


I am pleased to announce that I have several children's books published by Pen It Publications. I want to keep active links to their site and also to some of their authors and their author blogs here for your easy access to great books. Any Pen It Author is welcome to send me a link to have their work listed here. We are a family of authors and we support the work of our Peers so please check out the publishers website and the online bookstore. 

Pen It! Publications,LLC is also accepting submissions. Check out their website for the book shop and current needs for submissions.

1. Truman Beaver

2. Terri Forehand













 I have a blog where I review books for children. Carla's Cloud Catastrophe is a funny and imaginative book for children ages 4-8. Carla is missing her birthday party because the clouds are falling from the sky into the town where she lives. Can you imagine if that reallly happened on your birthday? What would you do? It seems silly but oh what fun stomping through the clouds might be.

If mom or dad wants to read more about this fun book by children's author Beth Bence Reinke one click on the link will take them right to it.

Welcome to my author website

It is a new day.....

09/06/2017 23:34
It is with renewed interest and passion that I am pursueing writing even more books for children. Please check back often for the progress I am making and maybe even some book signings you may want to attend. My first signing will be at Riley's Childrens Hospital here in Indianapolis....

New Image, New Goals, and so much more.....

05/11/2013 06:39
I have changed the template for the website to fit our new home and where I now find inspiration for my  the  hills of Brown County Indiana. The beauty here is spectacular in a woodsy way, giving visitors the feel of  coming home. Log cabins, small town hospitality, and...

Welcome Friends.

07/19/2011 05:53
Welcome to this site. I am so glad you are here. I hope you find fun, information, ideas, and inspiration to make your day complete.

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My Ten Favorite Things

1. God 2. My family 3. Writing 4. Reading 5. Chocolate 6. Fabric 7, Sewing and quilting 8. Kids of all ages 9. Sunny days 10. Christmas  

My Favorite Part of a New School Year

My favorite part of starting a new school year or a new writing project is gathering my supplies. I love notepads, sticky notes, fun pens, and goofy paper to write my stories. What is your favorite part of starting a new school year? Is it the new teacher, making new friends, being in a new grade, or learning new things? If you really don't like school, is there one thing you can try this year to make it better? Write and let me know how your new school year is going? I would love to hear about it.

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09/12/2017 23:51
This season has been filled with many natural disasters which can be more than frightening for young children. Hurricanes, forest fires, flooding, and tornados have been a consistent thing for the past several weeks. As parents it can be difficult to help your child cope when you are in the midst...

Links of Interest

07/19/2011 05:55
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The A to Z Challenge

04/07/2012 03:07

If you have been following any of the blogs for writing and writing for children, there is a popular blog challenge out there that asks the blogger to post each day in April using a letter from the alphabet. I admit I have been somewhat lax due to other writing obligations but, I have combined a couple of letters into posts at my other blog to catch up with fellow bloggers.

For instance, one post included these letters;

A- Attitude- keeping a postitive attitude during the writing process11

B- Business- keeping the business side of writing organized and productive.

C- Characters- keeping your characters real, fresh, and believeable.

D- Drama- keeping  drama in the story no matter what the story is about. Drama keeps the reader turning the page.

E- Elephant in the room- keeping the " assumed bad stuff but never said bad stuff" in the story line- ie: alcoholic parent, drug addicted sibling, invisible anger, etc.

F- Keeping fun in the writing even if it is a serious story. Fun for the writer and fun for the characters. F is for flying too, because our son was flying on a medical mission today and it was on my mind.

Today will be G- Gruesome- keeping some gruesome details in every story even when the story is for kids. Examples are fish farting, captains with underpants, boogie men, and all things gruesome like the details in Goosebumps books by R.L. Stine. Kids love gruesome. Adults want gruesome so what they read makes their life seem better. G is definitely for gruesome.  Now on to H. There has to be something more intriguing for writers then H is for Happy. After all characters and stories are supposed to be believeable, right?