Teresa Edmond-Sargeant is an author, poet, freelance editor and writer, and journalist who lives in Orlando, Fla., with her family.
She has received three awards from state press associations for her work at New Jersey and Central Florida newspapers.
Among her contributions to print and new media, Edmond-Sargeant’s short stories have been published in the horror-humor anthologies “Demonic Wildlife” and “Demonic Household” and the online literary magazines Short Fiction Break and 121 Words. She is the author of the poetry book “How Fate’s Confusion Connects,” as well as several short story ebooks available on Amazon Kindle.
Among her favorite writers are Emily Bronte, Edgar Allan Poe, and Rod Serling.
When she is not writing, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, working out, shopping, traveling, photography, volunteering, and daydreaming.