Dawn Quyle Landau

Dawn Quyle Landau lives in the Pacific Northwest, with her husband, her three children (as they leave and re-enter the nest) and two spoiled dogs, Gracie and Luke. She is an avid traveler, but lives in one of the most beautiful places on earth. When she’s not busy watching the colors change over the San Juan islands, she writes three times weekly for her blog, Tales From the Motherland. Dawn is a regular contributer to Huffington Post;  is working on a novel and a work of non-fiction. She volunteers weekly for Hospice and is on the board of an organization fighting childhood sexual abuse. She is an adventurous traveler, hiker, and people watcher. Her work is regularly featured in Huffington Post, and she has also been published on Bucketlist Publications, SLAP’D (Surviving Life After a Parent Dies (an online support site for teens),  Cascadia Weekly, and in the anthology Tangerine Tango, Women Writers Share Slices of Life. Connect with Dawn on:  Tales From the MotherlandTwitterFacebook