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About the Author

Raised on a bucolic, 50-acre horse farm in Massachusetts, Liz Brooking’s love and respect of animals and the land came early. A self-described artist, Brooking has tried her hand at drawing, sculpting, photography and writing—all the while, keeping her day job. Her chance encounter with a cold and tired stray, abandoned at the ripe old age of fourteen just before the first winter snow, was life altering. While she saved Sierra’s life, the truth she says, is that it was he who saved hers. Brooking now lives in San Francisco. In her free time, you’ll find her volunteering at a local dog shelter, hiking the golden hills of Marin County and Point Reyes, and basking in the love of her latest rescue dog, Rex.

One Response to “About the Author”

  1. Paula McNamee says:

    Liz: Met you at Book Passages for “Cherished” reading & you
    honored me with your story & “Sierra”….still in S.J. with Mom
    & sister (or you’d heard from me earlier). Just read your exquisite
    soulful writing to my 95 yr. old mom as she & I cried & hugged.
    You are an extremely talented writer, photographer and more-
    over the beauty of your soul and your fine take on nature pour
    out. SIERRA MUST BE PUBLISHED!!! And I know your skills will
    continue in other writings. Will do whatever I can to tell the
    world of your talents.

    Good wishes, Paula–San Anselmo

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