Author - Christy Wood was born and raised in Oregon and has been a writer all her life. After attending The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, she lived for several years in Cleveland, relocating to Oregon in 2000. Along with free-lance writing, she has also worked in a large law firm, as a court transcriptionist and proofreader, as a trainer for General Electric, and currently works for the State of Oregon, Department of Transportation. Her free-lance writing experience has included promotional marketing/advertising for newspapers, private individuals and companies; work on a celebrity cookbook; writing a professional user's manual; legal and medical technical writing; script writing; writing a regular feature on an internet site for a soap opera; covering the Atlanta Olympics; and other various travel articles.
Her passions are writing, worldwide travel, snorkeling, her family, friends and two cats, and the study of words and language.
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Eagle Bay is a work of fiction based on a true story, with a look at management ethics (or lack thereof) in a Nuclear Power Plant. The two main characters must solve a reactor blockage with the reactor running at full power. A fatal accident occurs at one of the plants that uses their fix. It’s an inside viewpoint of a nuclear incident and how far people are willing to go in a conspiracy.
First appearing in Ariel’s Journey, Laura, Emily, Kim, Darcy, and Andrea, and a new friend, Erica, are back. A year later, they and their beloved Icelandic horses return to ancient Iceland to help with another crisis. Livestock and children have been disappearing from the villages. The girls must solve the mystery.
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Five young women on a summer camping trip with their Icelandic horses are suddenly whisked back into the past in a quest to save a village and their ancestors. The girls and their horses work together to challenge a ruthless enemy, rescue a young princess, and realize their destinies, including a prophecy only they can fulfill.
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