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  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) February 03, 2011 - BIO Quote From Author Angie Skelhorn

    I am the fifth child born into a farming family located south of Peterborough, ON. Canada.

    The domestic animals as well as the wildlife found at the farm held much amusement for me during my childhood. Living in the country performing seasonal tasks added much to my appreciation of nature.

    I ventured forth to discover myself at the tender age of fourteen. My journey took me to Toronto, and then the Ottawa area. Initially I found employment as a horse groomer, followed by twenty-plus years as a waitress. After sampling many of life's pleasures and pitfalls witchcraft capture my interest. I returned to the family farm where I became fascinated with witchcraft; the lifestyle, beliefs customs and traditions. I found the teaching of the craft offered a positive blueprint for living.

    My love of nature, my imagination, and the desire to share the knowledge of the benefits of witchcraft are obvious in my writing.

    Featuring No Reins by Angie Skelhorn

    At the tender age of fourteen, Angel, with a short, slender, good athletic body, long reddish brown hair, hazel eyes, and strong will of her own, was a tomboy. Raised on the family-owned and operated hundred acres, standard-bred horse farm, she had no problem helping her brothers, Tim and Jake, in tending to the horses in the barn or on race nights.

    At about the same age, a young man named Stephen from Quebec entered her life. He left a lasting impression on her heart. Angel loved her family, but she longed to be with him. The only way to solve her problem was to leave the safety and comfort of her home and go to him at the racetrack.

    A twist, an unexpected curve brought unimaginable grief. Through deception, false friends, and secret enemies, she learns there are no straight lines in love, only the mystery of the curve.

    Second Title by On The Edge by Angie Skelhorn

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