Last Day of Spirit Shapes for .99 cents on Kindle
WHY DID I DECIDE TO WRITE ABOUT INDIANS?
This is an easy one to answer. Until I moved to Springville, I'd only met one Native American, a movie actor named Rod Redwing. He was a good friend of my dad's and I saw a lot of him when I was growing up and once more as an adult.
Once we moved from Oxnard to Springville, I learned we were neighbors with the Tule River Indian Reservation, and it wasn't long before I met a beautiful Indian woman, and saw more Indians at various places around town. I did some research about our neighbors and was hooked. Tempe Crabtree became a real person to me. I met other Indians at a Pow Wow and learned even more--reflected in the 2nd book in the series: Deadly Omen.
Of course, I had to do a lot more research for other books, but do remember I'm writing fiction. A lot of imagination is mixed into every plot. I do hope you'll enjoy reading the series.
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Blurb for Spirit Shapes: Ghost hunters stumble upon a murdered teen in a haunted house. Deputy Tempe Crabtree's investigation pulls her into a whirlwind of restless spirits, good and evil, intertwined with the past and the present, and demons and angels at war.Marilyn