Announcing the 2022 Tiger Drive Scholarship Recipient

Tiger Drive Scholarship

Today is one of my favorite days of the year. It’s time to announce the annual Tiger Drive Scholarship recipient, which was inspired by my novel, Tiger Drive. This is the eighth year I’ve been able to grant this pay-it-forward scholarship, and I do it with tears of happiness each time.

Since 2014, the trusted Tiger Drive Scholarship Committee has helped select over 15 recipients. And thanks to each person who has purchased one of my novels and the kind and supportive donations from friends and family, more than fifteen young people have taken the first step toward the future of their choosing. To each of you and each young person who dares to reach, learn, and grow beyond their familiar environment, thank you for being you.

Congratulations to this year’s recipient. I wish I could be a fly on the wall when you hear the news …

Valentine’s Day – Downloadable Gift Cards for IN THE DOGHOUSE

In the Doghouse gift by Teri Case

Available in e-book (Amazon, Kobo, B&N, Apple, Google Play)
Available in Audiobook (all vendors)
Available in hardback and paperback (Amazon, B&N, Indiebound.org, and more)

To e-Share Your Valentine’s Day Card Download the Below

Right click the image below to email it or digitally share it with your friend.

Print the below foldable gift card to give or mail to your friend.


Happy Valentine’s Day, my friends. Thank you for being you.

Teri

A Happy Misunderstanding and the Power of Collaboration


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A Happy Misunderstanding and the Power of Collaboration

Dear Friends,

As many of you know, I’m working with an agent and an editor on my third novel, Finding Imogene. We’ve exchanged multiple drafts for their feedback over the past six months, and in my humble opinion, we’ve made a great team – I love working with them and look forward to a long-term relationship. But when I submitted what I thought would be my final-final-final draft two months ago and waited for their praise, they instead responded along these lines:

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Big News and New Ways!

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Dear Friends,

I’ve taken the plunge.

First things first … no, I’m not getting married. But I have made a potentially life-changing commitment to someone.

After a series of events that I can only call serendipitous, I have a literary agent to find a publishing house and home for my precious third novel, Finding Imogene.

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What 4 Deaths In 5.5 Months Have Taught Me

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What 4 Deaths In 5.5 Months Have Taught Me


In the past five months, I’ve lost four loved ones—people I cared deeply about and who influenced my life in uncountable ways, including my mother who died of COVID-19 on December 7, 2020. Before now, I didn’t know grief could stack up the way it has, and I’m not the only person grieving. Millions of people are aching with me.

As you read my thoughts below, you or someone you know might be in mourning. If so, I’m sorry. This letter is for you and yours.

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A Book Review of HOME MADE by Liz Hauck

Home Made by Liz Hauck

HOME MADE: A STORY OF GRIEF, GROCERIES, SHOWING UP—AND WHAT WE MAKE WHEN WE MAKE DINNER by Liz Hauck is a must-read memoir about a young woman, a teacher, who commits to a project in order to feel closer to and understand her dad after he dies unexpectedly at the young age of fifty-seven.

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No, It’s Not For The Best

Dear Friends,

My mom, Bonnie Case, passed away from COVID-19 on December 7, 2020. Her local, and her most beloved newspaper, The Nevada Appeal, shared a letter I wrote about her heartbreaking and avoidable death. Click here to read it. Special thanks to journalist Teri Vance for using her column to humanize COVID-19 victims.

Please wear a mask. Care about one another. Stay safe and thanks for being you.

Teri