H. A. Wilkerson was born youngest of three children in Iowa in 1965. Her family moved to Texas when she was ten months old where her father contributed to the Apollo missions to the moon as an electrical engineer. The family moved to Colorado where Heather attended kindergarten through twelveth grade in Littleton, Elizabeth, and Colorado Springs. She received an information systems degree in 1989 from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, then moved to the bay area in California where she worked in computer and publishing companies for eight years.
Since then, she has lived in California, Hawaii, Colorado, and Utah. In addition to working on this novel, she has had vocational pursuits as diverse as entrepreneurial stained glass, yoga manager, computer database work, prenursing classes, nursing assistant, working with youth groups, and working traditional office jobs. She forever tries to balance the world of vocation and right livelihood and the inspirations of her heart. Ten percent of proceeds from the sale of this and future books will be donated to children’s charities in the US and worldwide. At the time of publishing this book, she lived in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The art on the cover and scattered through the text were created by the author for this book. The cover is an oil painting and the images within the book’s text are multimedia ink and watercolor. All of the images are available for viewing on the website in their original color form.
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