Because she was dyslexic, Therese found that she was inspired to write more than sixty children’s stories, two hundred poems and thirty-seven Romance Novels. She has also illustrated two story books used by primary school teachers and students as part of a vocal hygiene program at the University of Arizona’s Department of Speech and Sciences.
Her credits also include four stories published by McFadden Publishing Co. in NYC. She wrote, illustrated, published and donated two books of poetry used as fund-raisers by the Leukemia and Multiple Sclerosis organizations. She wrote illustrated and published in one book, forty-two children’s stories
She had an of her pen and ink drawings of animals at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne, Florida
She continues to write and sketch from her home in Florida.
Thérèse A. Kraemer
You can find the full list of her books at Spangaloo
Cared for most of her life by her grandmother, Miette Brochure reads her grandmother’s diary and a letter she left for her after her death.
Also left for her is a necklace that her grandmother promised would bring her happiness.
When Miette puts it on, she awakes in the future, 2038. Confused and frightened, she is greeted by a man who claims to
know the powers of the necklace.
When Slater Erickson meets a beautiful young woman in the park, he is instantly attracted to her but she is very different from the females of this era.
After their first kiss he proclaims his love but Miette insists that she doesn’t belong there with him.
Willow, daughter of a woodcutter lives most of her life in a secluded forest until one day a stranger enters her life.
Prince Tarek Ivanov on a daily hunt aims his bow at a wolf but is wounded by a youth protecting the animal. After his recovery, he intends to find the one, he believes is a boy, who tried to kill him.