Kiva & the Stone Nation

Strange creatures appear to 12 yr old Kiva that no one else sees as twin spirit bears or makátaes, play tug-of-war inside her head. Her grandmother believes Kiva has inherited her abilities as a shape-shifting shaman but Kiva thinks she’s crazy
When Kiva runs away she is lead to Scout, a girl-shaped boulder & member of the Stone Nation who guides her initiation. More

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About SE Doyle

Kiva and the Stone Nation: The Forbidden Canyon is SE Doyle's first published novel. She was inspired to write this middle grade story after stumbling upon an incredible stone formation on her ranch in the mountains of southern Colorado a few years ago. Since she was a small child she has considered writing one of her great passions and has written two other unpublished novels and various short stories. Her professional writing experiences range from corporate communications as a Human Resource Manager for a Fortune 500 oil company to counseling articles for journal publications in her current profession as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. From 2001 - 2003 she wrote a publicly shared journal of her experiences while working in Kazakhstan. She is an active member of the Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and writes an occasional blog on various topics. Children are a large part of her life as she's been Aunt Sarah to the next generation of her family since she was 7 and today she's even a great great aunt (literally) to 50+ children (of various ages in her big, extended Irish Catholic (and then some) family. She's even become Aunt Sarah to some of the people on the island in Florida where she lives. She invites you to read more of her work at http://sarahdoyle13.blogspot.com or www.sedoyle.com. Since traveling is another of her passions, she splits her time between Colorado in the summer and Florida in the winter.

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