Storyteller At Heart
Even as a young child TERRI told stories with such vivid imagination and shared them with anyone who would listen. She's developed her storytelling and has self-published seven books since then. A new book DOGHOUSE is now available in e-book format. It is a story about surviving domestic violence. Paperbacks for DOGHOUSE are here! On sale now - autographed copy only 12.00!
Terri has been writing professionally since 2012 and has no intention of slowing down anytime soon. Terri, a Christian author, believes the Lord has given her the gift of writing and she is destined to tell her stories in memoirs, fiction/nonfiction and even children's books.
Terri Britt Watts a native of Ahoskie, North Carolina, was born in January to the late Frank and Daisy Britt. Terri graduated from Ahoskie High School, now known as Hertford County High, in 1978. She left Ahoskie and joined the Army, where She served 20 years. Terri later retired from the Army on December 1, 2000, attended Fayetteville State University and earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She earned a Special Education Teacher License and taught Special Education for nine years. Terri attended graduate school and earned a Master's Degree in School Administration.
Terri finally fulfilled her lifelong dream of becoming an author. She published seven books, titled The Other Side of My Prayers, Confronting The Guilt Of My Past, Your Body Is Your Temple, Bitter Root, Bitter Root II, Where Is Willie, and her most recent, DOGHOUSE. She shares an abundant life with her husband, David. Together they share four children and eight grandchildren. Terri's hobbies consist of reading her Bible, walking, biking, lifting light weights, mentoring teens, swimming, sewing, writing, cooking, traveling, and spending quality time with family and friends. Terri currently resides in Savannah, Georgia, with her husband, David.