See You Monday
a Young Adult Novel
Releases April 30th!

Senior year. The homestretch.

Honor student, Grace Warner, had it easy. Popularity, friends, attention from her crush, even a soccer scholarship offer—if only she can figure out her senior project to graduate on time. Getting approval to write about someone’s life-changing event, Grace recruits her sassy grandma as her mentor who can’t wait to tell the crazy story from her childhood.

Events in the early sixties are words in history books to Grace, but her grandma lived them. She witnessed the civil rights movement in full swing, desegregation becoming a reality in her southern town, Martin Luther King, Jr. moving the country with his iconic speech, and the country coming to a halt when President Kennedy was assassinated.

Grace loves finding out her family history but didn’t know the project would have her noticing hardships and prejudices at her school she hadn’t before. When the homecoming court is announced and new kid, Jacob Horton, is nominated as a colossal prank, it brings Grace to a choice, much like her grandmother years before her. God is about to use her in a miracle if she chooses correctly. If she fails, a life could be lost.

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Kristen Terrette, color headshot 2, 2020

Kristen’s passionate about storytelling and helping people take next steps in their relationship with Jesus. She lives forty-five minutes outside of Atlanta, GA. She served as a Children’s Ministry Director for many years, and with the support of her husband and two kids she now stays home writing Christian fiction and non-fiction. She also serves on the women’s leadership team at her local church and blogs for Wholly Loved Ministries (WhollyLoved.com), On My Heart’s Sharing Our Stories series, well as Crosswalk.com.


I confess- I have a Pinterest addiction. It’s my favorite form of social media & my go-to when I need INSPIRATION. It helps bring characters, settings, & historical events to life on the page. Here are some pins from my See You Monday board. Click on a picture to check them out.

Top 20 Most Inspiring MLK Quotes
Article with Mabel Scruggs recounting her son’s participation in the Chattanooga sit-ins
Tellico Plains: Vintage Mountain Trail Town
President L. Johnson’s Thanksgiving Day Address to the Nation, 1963
Hat Box Luggage
Chattanooga Walking Bridge
Clarence B. Jones, interview about the making of MLK's "Dream" Speech
Cronkite Addresses Nation (JFK Assassination)
Rogers Theater Article
A Brief History of the National Museum of Natural History
CBS New's First Bulletin on JFK Assassination