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Mother of the Wolves
Stephanie Elliot strives to make a difference in a corrupt government with the help of two unlikely companions; Two grey wolves. Stephanie finds herself running for her life after being selected for termination during a routine cancer check-up. Her life changes forever when she meets Reggie Codwell, an underground resistance fighter who places her on the path of spiritual and physical growth. During her training, Stephanie comes across two abandoned wolf pups whom she nurses back to health. She discovers her own inner strength as she forms a pack with the wolves and initiates a rebellion. With the assistance of the President of the United States, they embark to rewrite the Constitution, and enter a new era for mankind.
The first deep breath spread over the earth, hushing every town in unanimous astonishment. As people realized they were free from debt, they celebrated. As they realized they didn’t know what was next, they stood in an overwhelming daze. Because this was not the world they knew, but a new one. This was not the mold, but the clay.”
Daniela Parker is the author of Mother of the Wolves, a post-apocalyptic novel about a world after global warming when thousands of sick citizens are murdered by the government each day as a population control. Daniela didn’t set out to write this. In life, Daniela is a pretty laid back person. Yet, her writing always stems from some visceral place of dormant terror. Her blog, Rambling and Wandering, catalogs these fears. Sometimes in cutely told horror stories and sometimes in just plain sarcasm and pessimism. Pessimism always has to go somewhere. Daniela Parker has a love for science, so she sends her pessimism to the far reaches of other galaxies in her works. She paints portraits of real family life in the stories of strange aliens. She contemplates our humanity from the safe confines of a fantasy world. Beyond the sick humor of gardeners squashed by astroids and aliens being decapitated, her deep centered spirituality always wins that inner battle. Is there some other meaning? Some deeper message? Daniela Parker's work will take you on adventures which will transform your life forever.