The corn woman represents women storytellers giving traditional tales to children and adults. These might include stories of transformation, wisdom, inspiration, and magic. The use of corn in the image represents her power to feed life-giving sustenance to her people. (From the personal collection of Carolyn Radmanovich.) For a good read on the power of transformation and magic, click here.
In The Fall of 1995, Heather learns through a mysterious letter that her sister, Angelica, time-traveled to 1849, and with nothing holding her in current day California, Heather sets out in search of Angelica. When she reaches Angelica’s rancho, she learns that her sister has fled to Monterey to escape from violence of two thugs, Joseph and Texas Jack. Her journey finds her challenged with dangerous animals and an even more dangerous romance. As she waits for a ship to take her to Monterey, she meets Dr. David Robertson and falls in love. A twentieth century independent woman, Heather learns she must face situations unfamiliar to her as a nineteenth century woman. As Heather deals with harrowing circumstances that seem to embrace her, she meets a Gypsy palm reader from San Francisco’s Chilecito District who warns her about an unexpected journey an impending danger for her and her new sweetheart. And her new odyssey begins... Check out at Amazon.