Kira Mohn has done a lot of different things. She founded a music magazine, studied pedagogy, spent time living in New York, self-published her own books written under the pseudonym, Kira Minttu, worked with four friends to build the writers’ label Ink Rebels, and – most importantly – started a family. She is active on Facebook and Instagram and enjoys interacting with her readers there.
WILD LIKE A RIVER
Haven lives in one of Canada’s national parks as the daughter of a ranger. Nowhere does she feel as at home as in the wilds, far from other human beings. She prefers to avoid tourists, especially when they behave as stupidly as Jackson. He wants to go hiking with a friend, but the reckless city boys land themselves in a dangerous situation on the very first evening.
Haven helps them on the understanding that they will then leave. But instead, Jackson convinces her to show him her world. And suddenly there is someone there with her who shares everything that she previously experienced alone. A confusingly nice, but also painful, feeling. For Jackson must soon return to his own world …