Terry L. White is an award-winning journalist and
writer who brings the Eastern Shore of Maryland to life
in her work. Most recently, she published a six-book set
of novels focused on the rich history of the Delmarva
Peninsula; and the nonfiction pictorial history: A
Dorchester County Scrapbook: That Reminds Me of a Story
with A. M. Foley.
A novelist with more than 20 volumes published to
date, Ms. White has also written two books of poetry.
Her first volume, Runaway Hearts, addresses the
stories of trappers, watermen, and the Underground
Railroad’s Harriet Tubman—all of whom lived on the
Delmarva Peninsula. Runaway Hearts was recently
selected to be read on Radio for the Blind in New