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Sullivan County attorney and friends ‘humbled’ by response to new book

The graphic developed by James Bahan for the cover of the book expresses the intertwinement that the women have experienced and the positive array of potentials they believe are possible.

Response to the book has been heartwarming for the trio. “Since the book’s release, we have been so humbled by the feedback we have received from people who have related to the stories in a way in which we could not have imagined,” said Terry, who notes that both men and women have been moved or comforted in some way by the book. “It is also truly amazing to hear how ‘Intertwined’ has sparked conversations between spouses, family members and friends, which have proven to deepen their mutual understanding regarding very personal and intimate thoughts that were once unspoken.”

McCausland and Terry’s long friendship has become even more intertwined with the publication of their book. McCausland has practiced law since 1986 and lives in New York with her family. Active in her community, she volunteers as an adult leader for her church youth group and teaches religion classes. Terry lives in New Jersey with her family, but calls her “true home” a renovated cabin on Tennanah Lake in Roscoe, where she summered as a child. She worked as a corporate executive for many years before pursuing her first love, interior decoration. She loves to garden and read and volunteers at her church.

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