All About TerriOsburn

Terri's Info

2012 GH Finaling Category
Single Title

2012 GH Finaling Manuscript
Meant To Be

Terri's Fun Facts

Mom to a preteen who is already taller than I am, and fur-mom to two fat and spoiled tabbies . We’ve also added a puppy to the pack. Macie is a loving Yorkie-poo with a big personality and an even bigger heart. By day I’m a Project Analyst, but my nights and weekends are dedicated to writing. I am also the proud Bosun of the Romance Writers Revenge, where I blog with my fellow writing crew-mates on various and sundry writing topics.

LETTING GO with GH YA Finalist Jessica Ruddick

Welcome 2014 Golden Heart YA finalist Jessica Ruddick to the Firebirds blog. Jessica is a 2014 Golden Heart finalist for her new adult novel, Letting Go, which was inspired by her own college experiences. She is married to her college sweetheart—their first date was a fraternity toga party (nothing inspires love like a toga, right?). […]



This past Tuesday (June 10th) another Firebird took flight with her debut novel. Today, we celebrate that release with a special spotlight on THE SEDUCTION OF SARAH MARKS by the fabulously talented Kathleen Bittner Roth! First up—the cover. Gorgeous, no? And now the blurb: He may be her savior…or what she fears most England 1857 […]


Performance Anxiety

In a past life, I spent eight years working in radio. I spent countless hours on air, conducted several live interviews, and even introduced some major acts on stage. But tomorrow night, for the first time ever, I’m reading my own work in front of a live audience at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in […]


Spotlight on HOME TO STAY: An Anchor Island Novel

If you’d have told me when we all got those fortuitous calls back in 2012 that two years later I’d be celebrating the release of my third book, I’d never have believed you. So it is with great amazement and gratitude that I’m doing just that. HOME TO STAY is the third book in my […]


Small But Meaty: Why Readers Love Small Town Settings

Small towns. They’ve taken the romance world by storm. North and south. East and west. They’re everywhere. But why. Here are three reason why I think readers love small towns settings. They’re small – I know. A given, right? But seriously. The close proximity of the city limits makes reading about characters in a small […]


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