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Meet the Author
I’m Sheala Dawn Henke and I’m thrilled you’ve stopped by to visit! While you’re here, I’m excited to tell you more about myself and the stories I write. If you love books with a fantastical flare, squiggly twists, and nib-knobby turns, then you’ve come to the right place. A place in between, upside down and inside out of your imagination. A place where I hope you might be inclined to stay for a few winks. Because right here, in the tippiest, toppiest places could be where your hopes and dreams arrive.
My stories are never without the magic, love, adventures, and misadventures of courageous young individuals who must reach far and wide to discover what’s possible and achievable! These are tales of wonder where out of the dark we can see the light — altered, bent, and beautiful, these are the safe havens for every walk of life; every color, creed, and companion who ever believed in what is possible because…
“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” ~Audrey Hepburn
With so much to write and such little time, what I can promise with wonders of words and tidbits of wisdom right here. I am passionate about bringing fantastical ideas to life. I write soul-affirming books that inspire individuals to seek their unique value and worth in this world! I’ve always loved collaborating with my student Muses who inspire the stories I write. They are the light on the page that brings every imagined world to life. Writing for kids, with kids is the best part of my job as an author and educator! Thank you for reaching out to let the light in!
From The Blog:
What makes a character three-dimensional? Is there a secret recipe to bringing them to life on the page? I believe it's much like the folding and unfolding of the universe. Layers of a character can open portals to the known and unknown. Writers who spend much of...
We are all made of Creation. Some even say we're the stuff of stars. But what's even more exciting to imagine is that we all have a unique Crea-ture living inside of us. These are beasts of every color, shape, and size. They only speak our individual creative tongue....
Every now and then I get a glimpse into the mind of a child. As I wrap up my 20th year teaching, I reflect on the moments I’ve captured in what I liken to the Golden Snitch of kid wisdom. All the magic wraps up with a little open-ended time and end of year provocation...
Change is something we seem to approach as humans with fear, avoidance, and even disdain. It’s like something in us isn’t wired to accept it. Yet, it’s through the nature of change that we share in the human experience. Nature itself a study in change. What would a...
I am actively updating my Blog space each week and I welcome a visit and comments from readers anytime! Also, for more information on the story referenced in this post, Story Bends please visit us here. Recently, I had the privilege of...
“The soul has no agenda whatsoever except to see what is- as it is, and let it teach you.” – Richard Rohr
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Every aspect of my life from the moment I wake up to the moment my head hits the pillow at night is an opportunity to pay attention. It is an occasion to look inward and outward. It is a space where I can see my life in the details, a metaphorical rendering, and a...
In the Fall of 2011, I listened to keynote speaker and award winning novelist Stephanie Tolan speak about giftedness at the Colorado Association for Gifted Children's annual conference. If I had known how this moment would shape my future and the new path my life...
Marie Antoinette’s famous quote “Let them eat cake” lives in our psyche as a widget of well-placed morality versus superficiality, and although there’s no record of her actually having said it, the verbiage sticks as if it’s been etched into history’s mighty stone....
Imagination is greater than knowledge.
– Albert einstien
AUGUST 23, 2018
Cover Reveal: Story Bends by S.D. Henke
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Book Launch Event • Fort Collins, CO
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