Terri Rimmer


Freelance writer with 34 years of experience in journalism.

Terri Rimmer has 34 years of journalism experience, having worked for ten newspapers and some magazines. She wrote for associatedcontent.com, later bought out by Yahoo Voices from 2005-2012. Ms. Rimmer published her e-book "MacKenzie's Hope" on booklocker.com under the family heading. It's also listed on adopting.com. On April 18, 2018, her editorial “How I was Taught to Be a Chameleon” was published by San Diego Gay & Lesbian News. On Feb. 25, 2018, her editorial, “Adventures in Pet Sitting” was published by the Preservation Foundation and on Feb. 11, 2018 her column “51 to 15” was published by Fifty Is The New Fifty. On Jan. 15, 2018 her story “My Birth Daughter’s Miracle” was published on Sunnyskyz.com. In December, 2017 her story “Pet Sitting Tales” was published by the Dog Writers Association of America’s Ruff Drafts Newsletter. On Nov. 13, 2017 her column, “Things Never to Say to a Birth Mom” was published by Spence-Chapin and on Aug. 11, 2017, her story was published on Bravelove.org. On July 31, 2017 her story, “What It’s Like to Be a Birth Mom” was published on americanadoptions.com and on July 6, 2017, her story “The Birth Mom With No Regrets” was published by New York Magazine (The Cut). In Jan. 2017 her article “Living in Foster Homes as a Teenager” was published by Blue Ribbon Project and in Nov. 2016 her editorial “The Darkest Day” was published by San Diego Gay & Lesbian News and Out in Jersey Magazine. Her story about her dog Ripley was published in Dogs Monthly July 26, 2016. In 2007 she won a media award from Associated Content and in 2005 she received a grant from Change, Inc. Also in 2005 her life story Merged Life was published by Lulu and is available online at scribd.com. In 2003 her life story was published online at Adoption Week E-Magazine's website and in 2002 she received a grant from the PEN American Writer's Fund in New York City. In 2001 her adoption journal was published online at adoption.about.com and in 1991 she won a Florida Press Association Award for a series of articles she wrote regarding prayer and Bible reading in the schools. She also has experience in public relations and in 1987 earned a journalism scholarship while attending The University of West Georgia as a Mass Communications major.
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University of West Georgia, B.A. - incomplete
Fort Worth Texas|English

Published Content

Living In Foster Homes as a Teenager by Terri Rimmer
Living In Foster Homes as a Teenager by Terri Rimmer

My editorial about what it was like being a foster child.

The darkest day: ‘I don’t know how to get past this’
The darkest day: ‘I don’t know how to get past this’

My published editorial in Out in Jersey Magazine

November, 15 2016
Ruff Drafts_Winter 2018 PROOF 2.pdf
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Ruff Drafts_Winter 2018 PROOF 2.pdf

Turn to p. 18 and you will see my editorial about my experiences pet sitting for Sam and Birdie as a professional pet sitter.

Surviving Soberly
survivingsoberly.blogspot.comBlog Post
Surviving Soberly

Surviving Soberly various articles and editorials published.

December, 10 2017
Past Published Articles
rimmersportfolio.blogspot.comBlog Post
Past Published Articles

Published articles from 2016-2014.

August, 7 2014
terririmmerpubarticles2017.blogspot.comBlog Post

My published 2017 articles.

2018 Published Articles by Terri Rimmer
terririmmer2018.blogspot.comBlog Post
2018 Published Articles by Terri Rimmer

My latest published work this year.

April, 19 2018
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