About Shirley Bear Fedorak
Shirley Bear Fedorak has always been passionate about writing and storytelling. She grew up on a farm in southern Saskatchewan and attended the University of Saskatchewan to earn degrees in anthropology and archaeology. She taught anthropology and archaeology at the University of Saskatchewan for sixteen years and is the author of numerous academic books, including the bestselling Anthropology Matters.
Once she retired from academic publishing, Shirley Bear Fedorak began writing genre fiction. She has written several series, including the post-apocalyptic climate survival series, Rainbow Warriors, Farmcorp and the Secret Book, a YA dystopian trilogy, Spare Parts, a YA sci-fi story, and her new adult paranormal suspense trilogy, Whispering Walls. An adult prehistoric action-adventure series, Trace Riker, will soon make its appearance.
Shirley Bear Fedorak has travelled extensively and lived in Canada, Egypt, Mexico, Lebanon, Malaysia, and Thailand. She has three grown children and two adorable granddaughters. She currently lives in Phuket, Thailand with her husband, Robert, where she continues to write fiction and operate a successful editing service.