CEO & Founder
A seasoned author and successful writing consultant, Terri is the owner of Fun Creative Writing. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from North Carolina’s historic A&T State University, she pursued a writing certification from the Institute of Children’s Literature. She is the author of several published books and online learning applications. She passionately dedicates her attention to working with children in a variety of capacities.
Some of Terri's current and past accolades include: featured Author for Cobb EMC and Gas South Literacy Week, writing judge for Cobb County Reflections contest, instructor for Whole Food VIP Writing Days, featured author at National Book Club Conference, panelist at Write2Ignite Children's Writers' Conference, featured Author Reed Elementary Book Festival, 2012 board member for The Foundation at Shallowford Falls, Featured instructor at Augusta Literary Festival, writing judge for Murdock Heroes Contest and writing Judge for Communities in School. Terri's faith and hope for a brighter future are what guide her in all she does.
Desirée Micheels is a writer and editor with a degree in Communications. As a literary assistant to a New York literary agent, she reviewed and edited manuscripts and book proposals for submission with a deep concentration on content and grammar. She is a published author and has written content for the teen market in print and on the web. Her lifelong passions to hone the writing of others and develop her own craft derive from her belief that God can use her talents for the growth of His Kingdom. Desiree leads the editing and digital content development for Fun Creative Writing.
Senior Editor & Digital Marketing Manager
Marketing & Communications Manager
A transformation author, Kesha is a native of Staten Island. She is an advocate for children with learning disabilities, penning her first book on this very subject matter. She partnered with Fun Creative Writing to bring her love for writing to the school system. Nichols, who struggled herself with writing founded Inspire to Write, a community outreach program designed to cultivate and nurture the creative imagination of young people; while enhancing their reading and writing abilities. Ms. Nichols is on a mission to leverage her God-given passion for education and become an advocate for better writing education in the primary grades. Kesha spearheads the marketing and community relations department.
After developing a love for reading as a child, Donnetta discovered her passion and talent for writing short stories and poems. As a published author, she is committed to helping children find their voice and encouraging them to pursue their dreams.
Mrs. Booker is a long time active member in her church and community, where she has worked with young people in the realm of academics, theater, and community service. Donnetta is responsible for teacher recruitment and development.
Lead Instructor & Teacher Development