Terry L. White
Terry L. White was raised in Appalachia, the eldest of eight children. Raised on a tenent farm, Ms. White found expression in writing, and worked her way through Skidmore College while in her 40s. Her degree in American Studies lays the groundwork for the historical novels that illuminate the life of women born to adversity.
Before college, Ms. White worked at blue collar jobs such as chambermaid, housekeeper and waitress. She played bass in a bluegrass band on weekends, and served as president of the Adirondack Fiddlers, collecting folk music for the International Fiddler's H more...
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