I am writing a novel called The Significance of Ordinary Objects. It is the story of two sisters growing up in rural Connecticut in the late 60's and 70's. It explores mental illness and the guilt of one sister wanting to escape the responsibility of being the one to watch over the other.
I am a published author with a short in The Best of The Burlington Writers Workshop 2014 anthology. The story is called Happy New Year and it is my second publication. I was first published by Fiction365, an online publishing site. Find two of my pieces under Terry Cleveland at fiction365.com
I am currently a writer disguised as an accountant, and am always searching out free time to write and to absorb great writing. I live with my husband, Tom, in Georgia Center, Vermont.