Shana Marie was born and raised in Kentucky, and graduated from Western Kentucky University. She now works in the education field in Tennessee. When she is not writing or working, she can be found sewing, catching live music shows, drinking gin and tonic, talking to her multitude of houseplants, or harassing her ornery tabby cat.
A community stands on the brink of the Neolithic Revolution and its own extinction. The choice becomes clear to those who maintain the old ways: adapt to a new world of farming and secularism or hold fast to the old ways that celebrate natural harmony. One family must strike out on its own to salvage and continue its
way of life.