Three tales of adventure, survival, coming of age, ancient truth…

Strong Heart and Adrift Kindle versions 99 cents until Totem Launch October 29, 2021!!!

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“How does a heart grow strong? Read this wonderful book and find out. The characters charmed and surprised me, and I found myself a willing companion on their journey, caring deeply for them.” Kim Heacox, author of Rhythm of the Wild and Jimmy Bluefeather, winner of the National Outdoor Book Award.

“I’m in love with your book, savoring my life in it, days and nights, taking in to my dreams. The Place People Were, I know it. Been there. Makes me hungry, that old, old thing we carry, all of us, that knowing we were simpler, some ways better, maybe, its sweetness…the shadows shift and I am more than I was…” Laurel Anne White, actress and audiobook narrator.

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“Grabs hold of you on the first page and won’t let go. Sheldon writes about the temperament and power of the sea as well as anyone I’ve ever read. Adrift was a pleasure to read. Melville and Conrad set a pretty high bar for seafaring adventures, but neither master writes about being on the water quite as evocatively as Sheldon, who must have saltwater running through his veins.” John Evison, best-selling author of West of Here and Legends of the North Cascades

“From the first page, Adrift swept me away to an adventure. Anchored in the hands of a great storyteller, the characters come alive on the pages making me care about them, the sea, the future and the past. I read every word. Get on board this truly fine novel!” Jane Kirkpatrick, best-selling author of All She Left Behind.


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“The mark of a great story is when you don’t want it to end. Totem is such a story. Weaving Ice Age challenges with contemporary climate demands, we care about the people and the planet, dire wolves and short-face bears, bullies and memories wrapped in wonder. Most of all, I kept saying as I read: this is the way it must have been…and perhaps still is. Thanks for the journey into the Olympic Peninsula’s past and the way it shapes the present. Well done, master yarn spinner Sheldon.” Jane Kirkpatrick, Award-winning author of Something Worth Doing.

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