Tedi Tuttle Wixom


Tedi Tuttle Wixom, raised in rural Idaho, USA couldn’t have asked for a better place for adventure, learning, and fun to fuel the stories she writes. She believes that much of what she learned at home on a ranch continues to impact her life. Her artist mother taught her piano and singing, a love of art and animals, compassion for others, a love of words and language and how words are used. Her father loved to read, perform in community theatre, dance, recite poetry and was a world traveler in the Navy. Thus, she grew up reading dictionaries, encyclopedias, and maps.

After an active career in high school of theatre, cheerleading, track, and art, she began her formal education at Ricks College (BYU-Idaho) as a commercial art and design major, served a gospel outreach mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) to the Florida Tallahassee Mission for 18 months, married Lynn Wixom three years later, and moved to Provo, Utah as a young married couple to complete more education. She also served as the President of the League of Utah Writers, Oquirrh (OH cur) Chapter, has taught writing classes to school groups, and volunteers her time reading her Children’s books at local schools. In the midst of raising children, cats, dogs, and college graduates, she made time to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in English at Brigham Young University (BYU) in 2012 and she plans to complete and publish all the books she began to write over the past 20 years.

As the mother of nine children, she enjoys cooking up new recipes, hiking, sewing, writing music, poetry, and singing, participating over the years in groups such as: The Sweet Adelines, Jay Welch Chorale, Legacy Chorale, and The Salt Lake Symphonic Choir. She and her son, Jason, wrote King Tut the Musical 10 years ago and she has been working on converting the storyline into a novel that will be called Joseph: based on King Tut the Musical. Her book A Whisper of Springtime: Jason’s Heart Transplant Miracle is a true story about her son’s heart transplant and is available in E-book format as well as softbound.


A Whisper of Springtime

leads us through our deepest emotions with courage, hope and faith. This book will help you to find who you truly are. A MUST for your personal library. -John Harricharan-

( Award winning author of the bestseller book entitled When You Can Walk on Water, Take the Boat.)

What common folks are saying:

Struggling with life and death situations, the Wixom family meets each obstacle with courage and determination and is triumphant. A must-read book of faith, setback, hope, wonderment, and fulfillment. -JoAnn-

A very captivating story of a mother’s struggle to save her baby after losing one child to this disease. A MUST after reading three times! -Don-

A book full of trials, faith and hope. Through these pages, I learned that when things get out of hand, the Lord is always there for us. -Marisa-

What wonderful word pictures the author uses to describe daily events. The story flows right off each page as it leads one through a journey of self-discovery. -Kathy-

A poignant story that flows very well right from the heart of the author. For 27 years, I have reviewed stories for various book clubs and I feel that this story would be great for a book club such as mine. -Debra-

News & Events

Kristen White Interviews Tedi Wixom on "The Ripple Effect" Published on Nov 24, 2015
TOPIC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44cT594tzhM
WOCA-AM 1370 with Robin & Larry in Ocala, FL (Gainesville) University of Florida
TOPIC: Can infant heart transplant lead to long-term survival?
WNZF-AM 1550 with David Ayres, Daytona Beach, FL 3/20/15
TOPIC: Would you donate an organ to save a loved one? A stranger?
KORN-AM 1490 Mitchell/Sioux Falls, SD with Clayton Mick 3/31/15
TOPIC: Would you donate an organ to save a loved one? A stranger?
WAGO-FM 88.7 Goldsboro, North Carolina

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