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Teresa Keefer

As an avid reader since the tender age of 4, books have always been Teresa’s passion. She started dabbling with poetry while still in high school and then at the urging of a friend, started writing her first full length novel in 2002. It took her five years to complete it. Coming Home, her first contemporary romance, was released as a self-published work in 2013 and was intended as a stand-alone until several readers contacted her to ask for more from the characters of what will now become The Possum Creek Series.

Always drawn to the supernatural and paranormal, her interest in vampires began with the daytime drama Dark Shadows which she watched with her mother every day after school. This interest led her to explore the paranormal romance genre and she released the first book of the Vengeance Trilogy in 2013 as a self-published work as well. After meeting Debby Gilbert from Soul Mate Publishing at the 2014 Romance Writers of America national conference in San Antonio, she submitted Blood Vengeance for consideration and signed a contract for the whole series in October 2014.

Teresa holds an MBA in Human Resource Management and has been in the human resource field for over twenty five years. She has also served on several boards of directors for human resource professionals and has taught human resource classes at the college level as an adjunct instructor. Her ultimate goal is to become a full time author and have the time and resources to contribute to various community functions and even hopes to set up a charity for victims of domestic violence or sex crimes to improve their lives.

In addition to reading romantic fiction, she enjoys reading a variety of other material including horrors, thrillers, mysteries, and non-fiction. Her book research has led her down the path of spiritualism and mediumship and she studies these subjects as well. As a woman with many interests she balances out her life by doing crafts, gardening, cooking, and spending time with her family. A lifelong resident of Indiana, she presently lives in a rural area close to her three adult daughters and seven grandchildren. Her household includes a spoiled dog, two pushy cats, and a stubborn miniature horse.