After being a voracious reader all of her life and a writer for most of it, Terri Brisbin found romance novels (again) when she read Julie Garwood's The Prize in 1991. Then, in late 1994, she began writing romance fiction. Her first novel, "Secrets in the Game" remains hidden in the bottom of her closet waiting for a good time to make an appearance. However, it's her second novel, A Love Through Time, that was her publishing debut in November 1998 from Jove Time Passages.
Featured in the New York Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Camden Courier-Post, Terri has appeared on NBC's The Today Show and also on Lifetime Cable TV's "Our Home Show". Now working on other romance novels for Harlequin Historicals, Terri saw her fifth book, The Dumont Bride, published by Harlequin in November, 2002. Five more novels and two novellas are planned for release through 2006.
In real life, Terri is a wife to one, mom to three and dental hygienist to hundreds and lives in southern New Jersey. During her more than 25 years as a Registered Dental Hygienist, she also served as editor of several professional newsletters and journals. Terri is an active member of the New Jersey Romance Writers and the Romance Writers of America and a member of the Washington DC and Valley Forge chapters, and The Beau Monde. She's also one of the organizers of the ToBeez (aka the Rising Stars of Romance) -- an email loop/support network for authors who have sold their first book and are yet-TO-BE-published.