Type of Artist:
Talks, workshops, readings
DetailsPreferred age range:
No of sessions per day:
Generally no more than 2 in a day
Talk: 45 to 60 minutes, plus time for signing afterwards.
Workshop: 60 minutes
Areas prepared to travel to:
Teri is happy to travel up to three hours by train from mid-Buckinghamshire.
For events further afield, she will travel anywhere in the UK, but overnight expenses must be met.
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Teri Terry website
Slated trilogy: Slated, Fractured, Shattered
Book of Lies
Dark Matter trilogy: Contagion (May 2017)
“A great talk! Teri was very accommodating with answering the myriad of questions the Year 8 girls had for her and we look forward to welcoming her back with her new book.”
C. Taylor-Smith, librarian, St Mary’s Calne.
“Teri Terry visited our school last month (June 2015) and provided us with an excellent talk as part of our ‘Becoming a Writer’ series. I was impressed with the way Teri related to the students and provoked a lively question and answer session around her books and her career as an author. I hope to work with Teri again in the future, as her books are very popular at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson school.”
L. Cheetham, librarian, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School.
“We were delighted to welcome Teri Terry to St Edmund’s School as guest speaker at the Salisbury Schools’ Book Award. She was able to engage with the students at their level and was thoroughly entertaining. She also worked well with the students in a creative writing thriller workshop, showing them how to structure a story and inspiring them to come up with their own stories and characters.”
L. Derry, librarian, St Edmund’s School.
“Teri began by talking to us about Mind Games and shared some details behind the story. She then went on to tell us about how she got some of her ideas for her stories and the themes within. Teri enthralled us by reading a snippet of her book which although didn’t give anything away about the plot, was gripping and exciting, encouraging us to want to read more.”
A year 8 pupil, James Allen’s Girls’ School
Teri Terry's Amazon site