Author Archives: Teresa Nordheim

Let’s sell some books

Come and meet me tonight at University Bookstore in Seattle (U District)! This is my first book signing of 2017 and I have a strong goal of lining up at least one signing per month this year. I can’t wait to meet you!!

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Tacoma’s Haunted History

Hitting stores on September 15, 2014 is Tacoma’s Haunted History, co-authored with my dear friend and ghost hunter, Ross Allison. Special thanks to Ross for believing in me enough to work with him on this project. We had several fun hours spent together pouring through history at the library! Book Description: Tacoma hides in the [...]

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2012 Stats and 2013 Writing Goals

Reflecting back to 2012, I see a lot of red on my tracking. However, it was a successful year. I didn’t submit nearly as much as I should have. In fact, my goal was 240 submissions and I actually completed around 100. My goal was to have one article released per month, and I reached [...]

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Interview with the brilliant Rick Spears!

Today’s movies and television can present challenges for parents. Is it too violent? Is there nudity or bad language? The good news is most movies and even a few television programs now come with ratings and warning labels. If the movie is rated R, it’s best not to allow young children to watch it alone. [...]

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WIP ~ Wonderful photographers who have contributed

With over 120 locations featured in my WIP titled Abandoned, I have been searching for photos to highlight my writing on each abandoned location. The internet is a fountain of talent. As I complete my pre-draft of each chapter, I would like to highlight the photographers who have graciously contributed their work/time/photos. Keep in mind, [...]

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Book review: ‘Deathscape’ by Dana Marton

‘Deathscape’ introduces readers to two strangers who met by fate and find exactly what they need. Ashley Price nearly lost her life in a tragic accident. While ice skating with her young daughter and a neighbor boy, they fell into the depths of the cold, icy water. Ashley rescued her daughter and went back under [...]

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Working on my writer’s platform

Started making some “ghosties in a jar” to help build up my writer’s platform in the world of paranormal peeps. This should help me when it comes time to promoting my newest WIP, ‘Abandoned’. https://www.facebook.com/teresa.nordheim.9?fref=ts   I’m also pleased to announce that I have obtained over 90% of the photo permissions needed for my book. [...]

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Current WIP

My current project is titled: Abandoned. The book will highlight 100 abandoned locations from around the world, including but not limited to:Amusement Parks, Churches, Hospitals, Hotels, Industrial Buildings, Jails, Skyscrapers, Towns, Zoos, Malls, Banks, Railways, Residences, Schools, and Theaters. Each location will tell a brief history, show a photo or two, describe the current status, [...]

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Current Work in Progress

I’m back to writing a non-fiction piece. It was inspired by my ten year old daughter, who I hold as an expert on what a reluctant reader might enjoy. In today’s society we have a chance to explore the modern ruins of the world. What will we do with them? Will abandoned hotels be demolished [...]

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Interview with Sands Hetherington ‘Night Buddies and the Pineapple Cheesecake Scare’

Night Buddies

  Q:  Please share you bio with us and anything else you would like readers to know. A:  I was born in New York City in 1939 and moved to Greensboro, NC, two years later.  Except for schools and some months in California, I never left.  I didn’t finish tenth grade, but got into our state university [...]

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