J. L. Blankenship is a novelist by night and a devoted outdoors enthusiast once the sun rises in J. L.'s Rocky Mountain playground. After a day of trail running, hiking up a mountain, or snowboarding down the slope, J.L.'s degrees, a BA in English/Communication and MA in Communication/Journalism, offer guidance when sitting down to compose the day's meandering thoughts into the next upcoming novel.
What is wrong with Kanyin? That is the question Snow—Kanyin’s little sister—reflects on in high school, college, and as young adult. The longing to confide in her sister is constantly disrupted as Snow enjoys academic and athletic accomplishments. It is only when Snow finds herself divorced and alone that she allows herself to open her eyes to the real reason for her sister's bizarre behavior.