Gia Combs-Ramirez grew up on a beautiful ranch in Montana where she played with horses, eagles flying over cliffs and rushing creeks during endless, summer days. With no TV's available, winter time became all about reading, especially fantasy and murder mysteries. Her first short fiction story at the age of 12 was about rescuing a raccoon (which she unfortunately named "The Call of the Wild"). Later she tried her hand at Nancy Drew fan fiction using the family ranch as her setting. In her 30s, she wrote a thesis for college and fell in love with writing all over again. Her first published book was in her 40s about buying real estate in Mexico (where she lives in the winter). Then in her 50s, she wrote more nonfiction books about energy healing, as well as copy for all her marketing. In her 60s, Gia started writing a fantasy series for middle graders, a project she's still working on. She loves everything intuitive, magical and mystical...i.e. energy! She knows that with simple energy protocols anyone can enhance their own writing for any purpose.