Nancy Takeda has always been passionate about science fiction. When the Wort Hotel burned down in Jackson, Wyoming in 1980, Nancy took to writing the the first manuscript that became Sands of Time. This was her contribution to broadening the genre of science fiction.
In between then and the book’s publication date, she developed her artist skills in watercolor painting, scrap booking, and knitting. Nancy is an avid Colorado Avalanche hockey fan and is a season pass holder for Jackson’s Moose hockey team. She lives in Jackson with her feisty cat Zoee.
Escaping the ghosts of his past on Earth, Harrison traveled to Mars to establish a lucrative mining claim to restart his life. He thought access to the ancient ruins strewn across the planet provided nothing more than a curiosity. That was, until an unexpected encounter left him questioning everything.
As Harrison concluded he had only hallucinated, he received a call from Phobos relay station, one that brought his past rushing back to him. And, he received unwelcome news from Jan, an old friend at the Taris station. Harrison and Jan’s friendship faces the ultimate test in the dune wastelands.