Elaine Raynolds attended the College of Wooster in Ohio. She worked in the National Geographic marketing division before becoming a travel agent and traveling through Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia.
Elaine and her husband Arthur live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with two rescue dogs, two rescue cats, and Salten – a wild cat who came out of the woods and adopted their family.
Her books of fiction and travel and craft include:
- This Gullible World
- Art on a Shoestring
- Beaches, Brothers, and a Blueberry Patch
- My Dad was a Lynx – by Salten the Cat
- Rocky & Honey a Love Story – by Salten the Cat book 2
- Sled Dogs to Polar Bears
- Journey to the Pacific Rim
- NW and SW National Parks
For more information, visit www.booksbyelaine.com.
“Reading your work is like sitting around a campfire listening to captivating tales of real-life adventure! Loved the adventures! I felt like I was right there aboard the train with you and Arthur!” – Nicholas Sabalos, Jr., former editor of Surface Warfare Magazine, 1993-1999
“Elaine Raynolds’s folksy style of writing is most pleasant! Her book is a fast read and includes numerous photographs. Elaine includes lots of tips on how to travel, as well as many interesting comments on the variety of people met, animals seen, and countryside highlights.” –
Jane Kirk, Nelson, New Hampshire