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 [...]
Author Archives: Teresa Nordheim
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. [...]
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, [...]
‘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 [...]
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. [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
Articles to Read I’ve been writing a few articles for examiner.com. It’s not a job that will make me millions but it’s writing, and it’s a little spending cash. At this point, I am writing about parenting and sticking to health related topics for kids. I will expand to other topics as time allows.
New article coming out in October 2012, and it’s another ghost story. I love writing about ghosts and I love writing non-fiction for kids. So, all in all, it’s a win situation. Will share details as them come.