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Terese Daly Ramin



Terese Ramin was born to parents who frequently wondered where she came from. Much of her work grew out of staying up well past the bedtime imposed by her parents and telling stories to her younger brothers and sisters. A brush with mortality made her pull up her socks and finally finish her first novel. It won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award that same year.

Terese is the author of ten romance and romantic suspense novels, numerous short stories, the creator/editor/author of the charitable collaboration Bewitched, Bothered & BeVampyred (currently being updated for re-release), and co-author of the recently released suspense-thriller The Cured with David Wind. Her autobiographical essay, “Two-Puppy Theory”, is included in the anthology The Sound and the Furry, sales of which benefit the International Fund for Animal Welfare. She is currently completing work on her first regency set historical novel and a romantic fantasy collaboration with Dawn Johanson (to be published under the name Catharyn Mar.)  

 Aside from writing, Terese Ramin works as an editor, a ghost writer, a book doctor, and a paranormal investigator. She resides in southeastern Michigan with her husband and a bunch of dogs, and is a member of Novelists Inc.; International Thriller Writers; Romance Writers of America and its Beau Monde chapter; and Savvy Authors.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY



WORKS:
  • The Cured (with David Wind)
  • Shotgun Honeymoon
  • Her Guardian Agent
  • A Drive-By Wedding
  • An Unexpected Addition 
  • Mary’s Child
  • Guarding Grace (original title A Certain Slant of Light)
  • Five Kids, One Christmas
  • Accompanying Alice
  • Winter Beach
  • Water from the Moon

ANTHOLOGIES
  • The Sound and the Furry (edited by Lillian Stewart Carl and Denise Dietz)
  • Bewitched, Bothered, & BeVampyred (edited and conceived by Terese Ramin)


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