Roh Morgon discovered the magic in stories at an early age, both in books and the ones she made up in her head. As a child growing up in a remote Southern California canyon, she explored the wild hills barefoot with her brothers and rode her horse bareback at top speed. A wicked youth spent hitchhiking across the West and perched on the backs of Harleys eventually gave way to soccer mom duties and full-time college studies — at the same time. In her spare moments, she learned how to herd cattle, swordfight, and plant an arrow or a knife in a target — not necessarily at the same time.
Her years spent in the lofty mountains of Colorado and the stark plains of Wyoming, the red canyons of central Arizona and the rolling hills of California, provide some of the diverse stages upon which her characters re-enact their lives.
Roh currently shares her home in the Sierra Nevada foothills with three mustang horses, two crazy herding dogs, and a very patient husband who reminds her of the need to eat and sleep. She writes fantasy and horror for middle grade, young adult, and adult readers.
on Dec. 30, 2011 :
Anyone who has ever had an emotional connection with a car will love this story. This is a story without dialogue because the above mentioned connection is personal and Morgon nails it. Lol... 75 mph crawl...
(review of free book)