Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Way It Was

As writing stories goes, this was an easy one – mainly because I didn’t write it. Years ago, a woman was putting together a book about early life on the concession where my dad grew up. She asked him to … Continue reading

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Huna: Your Power Tool For The Twenty-First Century

This book was first compiled in 1985, was sent out to various traditional publishers, and rejected by all of them (something for which I am truly grateful now). It then sat on a shelf for twenty-six years, until I discovered … Continue reading

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Talking With Nature

Talking With Nature came about by accident. I was trying out a new macro lens for my camera in a park one day and spied a rather strange-looking knothole in a cedar tree. I took a photo of it, but … Continue reading

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Ode To A Planet

Ode To A Planet – my first children’s book. This was written just after we built our house and moved in. Because the house is sitting in the middle of the woods, surrounded by rocks and trees, with lots of … Continue reading

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