The Traveler's Saga was born as the result of a dream journal that I started after having several vivid dreams, as well as experiencing some rather interesting guided meditations. After my son moved out, I had plenty of quiet time to sit down with my thoughts and develop some of my journal entries into a story. That story has since expanded into four novels and a companion book:
- The Shopkeeper and The Traveler
- The Ghost Ships of Loch Orrthannan
- The Windrider Prophecy
- The Arke'Núr Scrolls
- The Traveler's Anthology: A Guide to the Worlds of the Traveler's Saga
The second book is finally available, and I am currently working on the third and fourth books in the series, in addition to the companion book. I never imagined when I started writing this story that it would grow into something so captivating. This series of fantasy novels explores some intriguing and controversial concepts about time and the universe, and there may be more books on the horizon. For more information about the stories, visit my website: www.stardancing.net.
Although The Traveler’s Saga marks my professional authoring debut, I have been writing short stories and poetry for many years. My mission is to inspire people, specifically women, to believe in themselves and to believe that everyone is empowered to live a fulfilling life. I hope to inspire others to improve a small piece of this big world for themselves as well as for others and for future generations. As a result, my stories depict strong female characters as positive role models with whom young women can relate and respectfully emulate.
Drawn to the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, I have called the Puget Sound area my home since 1996. “Traveler” would be my occupation of choice if it were possible; I love to travel and embrace the many gifts offered through cultural diversity. It is my dream to one day visit some of the countries that have helped to inspire the settings for The Traveler’s Saga. Some of my own original jewelry designs have been influenced by the intricate knotwork designs of the ancient Celts, whose rich history and mythology is also a source of fascination and inspiration for my written work.