No little person has made contact with humanity in centuries, with all previous attempts ending in disaster. Jamie has his reasons for letting himself be seen, although those reasons may not be enough to prevent the little people's goddess, Mother Above, from ensuring Wayne never reveals his new-found secret.
Wayne now straddles two worlds. In one he lives a normal life with his wife Linda, dogs Bruno and Mercy, and Noodles the cat. In the other he roams the woods with Jamie and his family: wife and priestess Sara, daughters Darcy and Betsy, and son Davey.
Enter a world just next to our own, where hollow-boned little people flit past just out of human view, their eyes darting skyward to guard against predatory eagles. This is the world of Jamie and the Little People, and Wayne is now part of it.
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About the Author
My whole family enjoys outdoor activities: we're all hunters, fishermen, and fisherwoman. I guess we're almost as at home in the outdoors as Jamie and his family.
As for the little people, I've never met one, but sometimes when you're out in the woods you get the strange feeling you're being observed by someone hiding just out of sight among the trees and bushes. Might be Jamie's clan is really out there, watching.
A lifelong outdoorsmen, I've worked as a wildlife trooper in Alaska and Oregon, and have a deep respect for our nation's wild places.