Rajah Hill


My father was the Storyteller and my mother was the Reader. Between them, my love of a good story was fostered at a very young age. I used to fill Big Chief tablets with story after story, my hand barely big enough to hold those fat pencils.

Even though I fantasized about being an archeologist (back BEFORE Indiana Jones), or a veterinarian, or an architect (before my high school principal told me GIRLS don't become architects; the swine!), my interests always returned to writing. As stories flow through me, I feel at one with the cosmos, clearly understanding why ancient writers believed they were inspired by muses.

I achieved all my professional goals in the time frame I allotted myself in 8th grade, then found myself the victim of someone else's vanity and ambition--losing my full-time job in the process. I realized then that I could become a bitter old woman, or I could do what I always felt called to do--write.

So I choose to write.

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Yonni Hale and the Cosmic Wind
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 120,820. Language: English. Published: October 19, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
She was warned. She tried to avoid it. But Yonni Hale had to learn that life is not safe, not even in her small Kansas hometown of Pratt. When her friends' homes are in danger, Yonni must use her abilities to control the wind to save them. In the process, though, she exposes her family to danger, and must decide what is more important: justice or her family.

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