Rahma Krambo is co-owner of a solar business in Northern CA. She is active in the local arts and literary community, member of an SCBWI writers group, Friends of the Packard Library and the Yuba-Sutter Regional Arts Council.
After graduating with a B.A. in English and Music from a Midwestern college, I became an expatriate of the “Show-Me” state by hopping onto the back of a motorcycle and riding to the Arctic Circle for the summer solstice with the man whom I would marry. It was the early 70′s.
After an extended nomadic existence with our three children, we moved to Northern California where we’ve grown deep roots for the last twenty years. My husband and I own a solar energy business. Life is good.
I’m passionate about writing, books, cats, libraries, working for change starting with the heart and home, reading to your kids, a good cup of coffee, homemade bread and organic gardening.
My book, GUARDIAN CATS AND THE LOST BOOKS OF ALEXANDRIA, blends magical realism with legendary historical events, and will appeal to all fantasy lovers. The cats, facing larger than life challenges while remaining true to their feline nature, will appeal to all cat lovers.
Writing expands my world and energizes me. I’d be happy if I never had to sleep. I can hardly wait to get up each morning and do it all over again.