The White Mountains Photobook Series
The White Mountains Vacation & Relocation Guide
The White Mountains Vacation & Relocation Guide is the first book in the White Mountains photobook series. Eight more titles are scheduled for release in 2017; each a collection of stunning photos of the unparalleled, widespread beauty of the White Mountains of Arizona. Large, gorgeous photos dominate the pages and will leave you spellbound; captions, articles, and maps provide history and interesting particulars.
The photos are the artistic works of amateur and professional photographers intent upon capturing the beauty of this exceptional area. Locals Tony Attanasio, Judi Bassett, Julie Bosen, Danny Groebner, Monty Jackson, David Loomis, Lydia O’Reily, Christopher Paxman, Cyndie Shaffstall, Andrew Towle, and Hazel Wolfe, and Phoenix photographer Laird Brown, will captivate you with the common beauty of the Mogollon Rim—moments in time they have managed to freeze.
Cyndie Shaffstall, best-selling author of Willows: The Creole, has compiled White Mountains Vacation & Relocation Guide as the definitive go-to booklet for anyone considering a vacation or move to the White Mountains. The book begins with highlights of the many delightful outdoor activities visitors and residents relish as they commune with nature and enjoy the myriad uses of maintained forestland. For families on the move, the book closes with demographics about the surrounding communities, compiled from the 2010 U.S. Census. The author has also included material about the infrastructure of the area such as options for transportation, schools, industry, employment, and health-care facilities.
Though the text is informative, it is the photos that will leave you in wonder. The awe-inspiring works of these photographers—each with an eye for capturing the majestic beauty of the forests, wildlife, birds, and activities—have seized the richness and diversity of the White Mountains of Arizona.
Come to the White Mountains—experience Arizona’s four seasons.
Full-color, 76 pages.
Other books in the White Mountain photobook series:
- White Mountains Treasures. Discover the hidden treasures of the small, backroads museums of the White Mountains.
- White Mountains Wonders. Arizona’s White Mountains horizons are painted in spectacular colors and ferocity by storms, sunrises, sunsets, and fires.
- White Mountains Wildlife. The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is home and habitat to more than 400 species of furry and feathered friends.
- White Mountains Archaeology. Walk through time and see the ancient history of Arizona’s unique White Mountains.
- White Mountains Four Seasons. Arizona’s Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is truly a place of four seasons. Experience all Mother Nature has to offer.
- White Mountains Geological Wonders. The Colorado Plateau is unlike any other place on earth. See the beauty of our diverse landscape in this photo collection.
- White Mountains History. From the Apache to the Hopi, from the Mormons to farmers, the White Mountains of Arizona has a diverse and interesting history.
- White Mountains Weddings. When looking for the ideal wedding destination, nothing compares to the beauty of the forests and an outdoor wedding.
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The Delegate Series
Beginning at the time of the Greek god, Zeus, and the Wira god, Wiraqucha, The Delegate series spans thousands of years. Told in first person, the reader travels through time as the main character in events that come to shape our world, influence our future, and perhaps, change the past.
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The Arceneaux family has a long history of falling victim to circumstance, but heir to the family home, one woman is determined the legacy will end with her. Embroiled in the fleecing of New York’s bridge funds, she is offered a new life in New Orleans, but what she finds is an abandoned house, a fractured family, and an oppressed people. Determined, she confronts the challenges head on, but soon realizes change is not something needed only for her, but for many.
Glyphs: The Scribe
Cyndie Shaffstall’s new historical fiction is based upon the legends of Peru’s Inca and Wira gods and the theories of modern-day ancient astronaut theorists concerning their origins. You will be transported through the ages to join the Wira people in the trials and tribulations of establishing their new home in the sanctuary on the hill, Sacsayhuamán.
Chaos: The Oracle
The voice of Zeus dims with the impious assertions, and the oracle struggles to continue to hear his prophesies as requested by the Macedonian king, Alexander III. The teachings of her mentor and friend, Pythia, the greatest oracle of all time, are challenged and maintaining her faith becomes more difficult in the devastating wake of Alexander’s conquests.
A complex tapestry woven of overlapping stories from Greek mythology, Greek history, and the conquests of Alexander the Great; Chaos richly illustrates and breathes life into the ancient world.
Seed Money: The Entrepreneur
Cyndie Shaffstall wraps science fiction around the mystery of a near-future conspiracy where engineers, inventors, and business people alike scramble to develop a solution before the world’s population is completely wiped out by an irradiated atmosphere. The chosen solution became a temporary fix at best. By 2062, we are burdened by the weight of unchecked population growth and global warming has reduced our inhabitable space by half. The Government Reorganization and Realignment Effort enables one group of brilliant young designers to reclaim some of the ever-shrinking space—but bringing it to market exposes manipulation and corruption on a devastating, worldwide scale. [Adult content]
Neune: The Delegate
Relegated to inhabit the atmosphere surrounding its own planet, the Neune existed for thousands of years before the humanoids came. It takes many more before it can communicate with the Whales, an intelligent life form that uses song as the basis of a complex language. A bond is formed of shared interests in the vast universe and the many universes beyond that. Together they seek planets with atmospheres capable of supporting the Whales and a place they can study and learn.
A Few Things You’ll Be Needing to Know
Set in the Palindrome Trading Ring universe created by Gary Loffler and Cyndie Shaffstall, A Few Things You’ll Be Needing to Know is the story of a ring of twenty terraformed planets, habitats, and a Dyson Ring visited every twenty years by a passing trader ship. Humans have been given the tools to visit and live on these worlds, but the knowledge of how to build those tools has been withheld by the Neune and Whales. Two thousand years after their first meeting, Humans are just beginning to understand the influence the two alien species have exerted on Earth’s history