Since I’ve been troubled by our culture of anti-family, anti-faith, and denial of the past, I thought this would be a perfect setting. So I created a “material girl” from San Francisco and placed her in this rural village.
Hana-lani is a fast-paced love story asking some T.S. Eliot’s permanent questions, “what is goodness, truth, and love?” I enjoyed writing this novel, for I could combine some of my social concerns with the dramatic natural beaty of Hawaii, a world at once violent and peaceful, and not always what it seems.
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