Dana Hollister

Biography

The Window, of the series, I Know Where They Went, is Dana Hollister’s first novel. He has been published in rock and ice climbing magazines, guide books and aviation magazines. Dana’s first book was a river runner’s guide to the Salt River in Arizona, in the mid 80s. He lives in the Phoenix area with his wife Cindy. Most of their time is spent traveling in their motor home always looking for another adventure. Dana is also a musician and released a cd in 2010. The inspiration for this series comes from spending countless days and nights with his wife roaming southern Utah.

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Books

Thunder & Lightning
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 76,190. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Jim and Christine, with their family and friends, finally go to Hawk’s village and have a vacation. There were no emergencies and thankfully no one needed rescue. On their return to the Old World was when things started to get exciting. Passing through the Window on the way home, they were spotted. It was feared that the secret of the Cheeka people may be in danger of being discovered.
The Black Stone
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 113,400. Language: English. Published: February 16, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
Jim and Christine had an extraordinary adventure in the canyons of southern Utah, in the first book, The Window. They discovered where the Ancient Ones had disappeared to; they had found where they went. In this second book in the series, I Know Where They Went, The Black Stone, the journey continues. Jim and Christine have been anxious to return to the Cheeka Village.
The Window
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 128,060. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
Jim and Christine have been exploring the canyons of southern Utah for…well forever. Their goal: find an authentic, fully intact Anasazi Indian pot. But on this trip something goes strangely unexpected and they find themselves…somewhere…that resembles southern Utah as it was nearly a thousand years past…and the Anasazi are alive and well, as if they never ever vanished.

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