Colors in the Dreamweaver's Loom

In the shock and grief of her father's sudden death, Alexandra Scarsdale stops her car on the Interstate and walks into the Vermont woods—only to find herself in a magical land, where she discovers she is a Stranger with a destiny that will require her to challenge her own fears, and forge a small band of misfits into a group that can survive a dangerous quest and change their world. More

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About Beth Hilgartner

I grew up in Rochester, NY, where I started school long before there were personal computers (much less cell phones). I discovered reading and books at a very early age, but it wasn’t until I was in 5th Grade that it ever occurred to me to wonder about where all those amazing stories actually came from. (If I’d been asked where books came from, I would probably have rolled my eyes and said, “The library.”) But once I figured out that someone had had to write down those stories I found so compelling, it was only a very short step to deciding that I could (and should) do that myself. I promptly started writing my very first book: The War of the Sun and the Moon — the first book of a trilogy (I'd discovered Tolkien by 5th Grade, too); and I was off and running.

Now, many decades later, I live on a dirt road in Orford, New Hampshire, with my husband, three very spoiled felines, and more gardens than I can reasonably take care of (though I have a great time trying!). We're a little more than half a mile from pavement, and while we have electricity, running water, central heating (well, and a wood stove), and fiber optic, there's no TV reception, radio reception is spotty, and there's no cell phone service. And I'm still writing.

About the Series: Dreamweaver
These books are set in the world of the Loom, and deal with the adventures of Alexandra Scarsdale (Zan) and her friends. Though these books were originally published as YA Fantasy, they contain timeless themes and can be enjoyed by fantasy readers of any age.

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