Terry Lynne Hale knew she wanted to be a writer since the age of thirteen. In her early years she wrote short stories, poetry, and journaled daily.
She wrote Letters to the Editors and got published in a 1980s TV Guide, a couple of magazines, and three or four letters in the Kansas City Star newspaper.
Hale managed to incorporate writing into many of the jobs she held through the years.
She got her first PC in 1995 and dived into learning about computing and the Net. Her first book, Ageless Internet—won the Indie Excellence Award in 2012, then came The Straightforward Internet, recognized as an Indie Reader Approved book, and then her 3rd book, Interview 2018 published that year.
Hale’s interest in nutrition, health, and supporting End -Of-Life choices motivated her to become a Board Certified Patient Advocate in early 2018. Before the year was out, she realized it was a detour.
In the spring of 2020, she read articles about the shortage of sympathy cards Covid-19 had created. Now here was the next chapter of her life. She’d been a desktop publisher for years. Beautiful photos, gorgeous paintings, heartfelt words, recycled card stock, and artistic collaboration created Care2ShareNOW Card Studio.
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