Reoccurring dreams of looming decisions plague Nhaya, and they bring her to the point where she is forced to make a choice for the direction of her life-but what direction to choose? She be-lieves the answer she's looking for lies hidden in the folds of her Nez Perce heritage. But since the death of her father, Nhaya's mother has forbidden her to explore that path. When Nhaya escapes to Camp Cocolalla, in the mountains of Northern Idaho, she finds herself in the woods at night chased by an unseen danger. In defiance of her mother and going against all that she knows to be right and true, Nhaya pursues the truth hidden in her bloodline as she seeks the only person who can help her, the legendary shaman, Wind Walker Carol is a native Idahoan and lives for the time to enjoy its great outdoors. After raising her son, two daughters, and two granddaughters, Carol began her writing journey. After learning the craft to write children's short stories, The Legend of WindWalker became her challenge. Carol says, "I have been told everyone has a story to tell, WindWalker was mine. For me, writing is like breathing; essential, refreshing, and sometimes necessary for my sanity-and always fun."