Ambassador International is thrilled to announce that March release author, Terry Overton, has won a 2021 Firebird Book Award for her book, Both Sides of The Border. The novel placed in three categories: Cross-Genre, Socio-Political Fiction, and Women’s Fiction. Terry will also be interviewed on Speak Up Talk Radio on May 12th at 10 AM EST to discuss her book. Stay alert for updates on this interview and what podcasts to tune into to learn more about this fascinating novel!
Both Sides of The Border takes the reader on a physical journey, up through Central America to Texas, but also a journey of perspectives and experiences. One woman heads north, escaping her old life, in search of a better one. A second woman heads south, escaping the mundane, all while searching for greater opportunities. While the content and societal relevance make this book a must-read novel for 2021, it is especially fitting for young adults looking to understand more about current events. Readers can find Both Sides of The Border here.
About the author:
Terry Overton obtained her Ph.D. in Psychology and her Ed.D. in special education. She taught in public schools and was a school psychologist and a professor before retiring in 2016. Her university experiences included teaching at Longwood University in Virginia, the University of Texas-Brownsville, The University of Texas-Pan American, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and Stephen F. Austin State University. She held positions as Dean and Department Chair during her tenure in higher education. Her areas of research
included behavior disorders, learning disorders, autism, and research in higher
education. She currently resides in Laguna Vista, Texas. She enjoys Biblical history and general Bible studies, writing, blogging, and playing golf.