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A Southern girl with an overactive imagination, Terri Garey grew up in Florida, always wondering why tropical prints and socks with sandals were considered a fashion statement. She survived the heat by reading in the shade and watching cool shows like the The Twilight Zone and the classic gothic soap opera Dark Shadows. Born too late to be a hippie and too early to be a goth, Terri did the logical thing and became a computer geek.
Balancing a career with marriage and motherhood convinced her that life was too short to rely entirely on the left side of her brain. Quirky ideas about life among the undead began to replace the dry logic of computers. Deciding imagination was her best weapon in the war against reality, Terri dove even deeper into the world of the unexplained, and started writing her own demented tales from the dark side. Dead Girls Are Easy is her first novel, to be followed by the sequel, Where the Ghouls Are. She still lives in the Sunshine State with her husband and three children, and still refuses to wear tropical prints or socks with sandals.
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