T Wells Brown

Wife. Mother. Yaya. Community Leader... but her favorite title is AUTHOR

T Wells Brown grew up in the deep south, chasing frogs (kissing one or two), catching crawdads from the local creek (much to her mother’s dismay), and traipsing through poison ivy (half her childhood was spent covered in calamine lotion).

She now lives in the lush California Zinfandel wine country with the Love of Her Life and their two rescued pups. Pups she often writes into her books. T Wells Brown is the author of the romantic suspense series; Women of Wine Country, the contemporary fantasy series; Earth Magic, and the international collaboration; Sisters of Sin. She is also the feature writer for Best Version Media; a community magazine. 

Besides reading, writing, and wine guzzling, she devotes her time to her small community, her wine tribe sisterhood, feeding, and re-homing the plethora of homeless pets in the community, and promoting women’s issues. Halloween, she dances as one of the Witches of Wine Country with her tribe. Two months later she trades the pointy black hat in for a red dress, and she can often be found impersonating Mrs. Claus. 


Would you like to contact Ms. Wells-Brown? You can email her at twellsbrown@gmail.com

Santa and the Mrs.
Every December The Man of My Dreams and I slip into the red suits to bring the joy of Christmas cheer to our community. Fundraisers and Fire Parades are our specialties. 
Steampunk Terry by Rita Hill Portraits
Being surrounded by other creatives means I get to participate in all sorts of fun adventures. The incredible Rita Hill is responsible for this gorgeous photo. Check out my Facebook page for more epic costumes and shenanigans. The fun never ends!
Wine Country Witches
I shared a post on Facebook about some dancing witches and asked who thought this would be fun. Rita Hill responded immediately with “I got you, sis!” A week later we had our very own song, as well as a choreographed dance. I love my creative friends!

"Be bold. Live your best life on your own terms. It's a great way to weed out the naysayers."

Terry Wells-Brown