Bio: Dorothy Ann Skarles who writes under the byline daSkarles has appeared in a variety of publications. She has published more than 200 articles in trade journals, magazines and newspapers. She earned her first byline as a cooking columnist for a local family-owned newspaper in California.
Along with her love for writing Dorothy also loves animals. She once owned a 99 percent wolf from Alaska who lived to be thirteen years old. She hopes one day to write a book about her experiences with this wonderful wild animal.
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Tyla Winters never imagined a simple language tour to Mexico would lead to a cloak-and-dagger job. A former co-worker asks her to keep two prayer books hidden from her traveling companions. That is, before he was shot by the Mexican Federales. Turns out the prayer books may hold the key to creating superb artificial diamonds. Unfortunately, shadowy individuals are on her trail and Tyla quickly realizes her life is in danger, but who can she trust?
Following the legend of the great king Kamehameha's hidden gold, Catamount 'Cat' James finds himself caught up with the mythical goddess Pele, an old Kuhuna with his magic stones and deadly adversaries. Not to mention the beautiful princess Ua who leads Cat on a merry chase over the ridges of ancient trails and a 700 pound supernatural wild boar who inflicts Pele's vengeance on trespassers.
Trying to decide if the writing life is for you? Then start with a very important book Learning to Write the Easy Way for Fun, Posterity, Money by Dorothy Ann Skarles. Discover your hidden writing talent Discover your past and present for future generations Discover the book in you Whether you write it as it happened or turn it into a fictional novel, your fond memories and personal experiences can be a book that captures both the past and the present--even if you've never written before. Doroth... more info>>