C.J. Ayers was born September 21, 1955 in Atlanta, Georgia. She has remained a native Georgian her whole life, growing up in the Lakewood area of Atlanta as well as being raised in College Park, Georgia. She has been married to her husband since 1975. Together they have a daughter, a son and seven beautiful grandchildren.
Having fallen in love with literature in grammar school, C. J. always looked forward to any writing assignments. Her love of fiction allowed her to create people, places and worlds that held no boundaries. Her words carried her to places far and beyond her own limited world. She continues to create those worlds that peak her imagination and to this day, those worlds that are limitless. As far as her mind can see is how far she continues to travel.
"The art of language is infinite, a unique journey for all time. Words define humans, imagination intrigues them, the journey completes humanity. Imagination, creating until the end of time and beyond. This is Infinite Literary Journey." -CJ Ayers
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I spend time with my family and create meals in my kitchen. I love entertainment, theatre, movies, music and art. I think that remembering that others in need should not be regarded less than the average person but part of the collective of humanity.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
It's very simple, as a young girl, my mother would take me and my sibling to the library and encouraged us to explore the world of literary arts. From that point, I fell in love with the written words and the adventures I explored. That allowed me to grow in my imagination where there were no limits. I have a maintained a love for the written word and exploration of my own imagination.
Four young farm children stand on the front porch of their house listening to the call of the wolf. They stand side by side looking at the mountains and woods hoping that they will have enough time to set their plan into motion.
Is there enough time to rescue a lonely wolf trapped somewhere in the thick North Carolina woodlands? Can the four of them save this animal and safely set it free