Portrait of T. L. Needham

T. L. Needham

T. L. Needham’s new novella, The She Wolf, is a coming of age fantasy, about a boy, desperate to find his lost dog. The lonely teen enters the woods, only to find a realm beyond his world. Along the way, he discovers an inner strength and resolve, and comes to appreciate and love the natural surroundings of this new home and its inhabitants. There’s so much to The She Wolf: adventure, mystery, fantasy and football, and it’s all beautifully put together. It’s highly recommended.

T. L. Needham, is an award winning author and a native of Kansas City. He grew up with tales of survival of his mother’s family, who endured life during the 1920s and 1930s in western Kansas. This inspired him to write the historic memoir–When I Was A Child, which was honored with an honorable mention in Writer’s Digest Indie Book Awards, plus a finalists by USA Book News–Best Books Award in the category of History-USA. In addition, this book has been awarded the bronze medal by Readers Favorite, a national book review/literary critic/author services firm. Recently this book was awarded a gold medal by Global Ebook Awards, and the cover was awarded an honorable mention medal.

Needham also published a collection of poetry–Pesky Poems, which was awarded a silver medal by Readers Favorite.

Needham published a children’s Christmas story poem called Kitty Claus with charming illustrations by his grandchild Lizzy Dodig, who is still in high school. This book was honored with a gold medal from Readers Favorite in the category of children’s picture books about animals.

Needham’s publishing background is extensive. He authored Winning and Keeping Relocation Business; Who’s Who in Relocation; started a national news magazine–Relocation/Realty UPDATE, and was a national consultant, speaker and trainer on real estate and corporate relocation issues. His publishing firm also published a regional newsletter for Habitat for Humanity, and published Kansas City Parent magazine, plus other periodicals including five local Bar Association newsletters.