Teri Terry

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Teri Terry

Teri Terry has lived in France, Canada, Australia and England at more addresses than she can count, acquiring four degrees, a selection of passports and an unusual name along the way.

Past careers have included scientist, lawyer, optometrist and, in England, various jobs in schools, libraries and an audiobook charity.

The footpaths and canal ways of the Buckinghamshire Chilterns where she now lives inspired much of the setting of her Slated trilogy. Teri is also the author of Mind Games and Book of Lies, and her most recent work is the Dark Matter trilogy.

Interviewed 04 August 2018

Ten words to sum up your working life to date ...

It was all pretty random until I began to write.

Nine things you can see from where you're sitting ...

A sleeping puppy, a cup of tea, a turquoise gel pen, a stack of notebooks, a fireplace, a teetering pile of books, oak floors, candles, light through stained glass.

Eight minutes to prepare a meal. What's it going to be ?

Salad with toasted pine nuts, a boiled egg, and whatever else is in the fridge at the time (today that’d be hummus, olives, tomatoes). Or toast. Toast is always good.

Seven people you'd like to go for a drink with ...

Because it’s mission impossible to ever get us all in one place at the same time, my friends & co-bloggers on Notes from the Slushpile: Addy Farmer, Jo Wyton, Candy Gourlay, Kathryn Evans, Maureen Lynas, Nick Cross and Paula Harrison (notesfromtheslushpile.com).

Six things you can't live without ...

My puppy, my husband, my friends, popcorn (the salty kind), tea and my notebook collection.

Five favourite words ...

The End

Four places you'd run away to ...

A remote cabin overlooking a Scottish Loch.
A deserted sandy beach.
Addy’s house.
My sofa and blanket.

Three books you've bought recently ...

Thin Air by Michelle Paver
Town is by the Sea by Joanne Schwartz
The Complete Guide to Fasting by Jason Fung.

Two things that make you rant ...

Deadlines. Brexit.

One thing you'd tell your teenage self ...

It’s all worth it.