Bio: Brenda Roberts, bre to her friends, lives in Fort Worth Tx with her husband of eleven years ? Cliff T. Roberts, and their poet mate Coke Brown Jr. Bre has an electronic book of poetry, Psychosis, available from Word Wrangler Publishing. She also has two print chapbooks - limited editions- Shadows and Echoes of Still Life and Lovers and Friends. She has a children's story Christmas at Krystahr's which has been published in both print and featured in the Happy Holly Daze ebook from Word Wrangler Publishing in 2000. She is featured in many anthologies of poetry and has compiled, edited and produced one anthology of short stories and poetry for children (Andersonville, an anthology of short stories and poetry for children )as a fund raiser for Texoma Poetry Society where she has served for four years as secretary of the board and served as President in 1998 - 1999. She has also published two articles in local newspapers: one on abuse in 1989 and one on the Food and Drug Administration's ruling on natural herbal medications in 1994. Brenda wrote for Viking Voice newspaper at Grayson County College in 1998 - 1999 publishing an article on Handicap Accessiblity and one on Violence in Schools. Bre's love for writing includes many interests: fantasy, romance, alternative lifestyles, poetry, essays, and roleplaying games scenarios. She co-produced the UWL (United Wrestling League) website and wrote matches as well as running the daughter of Thor (her own creation) Kirsten Thorsdotter as a world championship belt holder. bre open your eyes to the wonder of this world, magick is all around us http://hometown.aol.com/breAhnya/breshaven.htm Visit me at the Author's Den http://www.authorsden.com/visit/author.asp?ID=981
A triad of female warriors bound together as a family, committed in union to one another and to the two males who are staying at home in their village. This is the tale of their adventures; their training and bonding while becoming the personal staff of the Empress of their Motherland.
A Priestess of the Mother Goddess is abducted by barbarians and taken to the Fatherland. There the young priestess finds a home. But when her female warriors from the Motherland move to rescue her, will she loose everything the Mother Goddess told her she'd find with the barbarians, including the chance to be a healer and a mother in her own right? Touted as "Xena meets Clan of the Cave Bear", this book covers it all: abduction, clashing cultures, primitive settings and romance.
This book is about family traditions. It is an ever-growing collection of recipes and memories for and about the Beene families, the Roberts family; and the various tree branches we have climbed to reach this place.