J. Traveler Pelton was born in West Virginia in the last century. She is wife to Dan after 48 years, a mother of six adults, a grandmother of nine, a great grandma of one, a Clinically Licensed Independent Social worker in private practice, a retired adjunct professor of social work at her local university, and an avid reader. She lives on a mini farm with her husband, eight alpacas, a flock of spoiled chickens, five Siamese cats, four Pomeranians, a talkative Amazon parrot named Gizmo, and her aviary of canaries. Traveler enjoys the intersection of fantasy, possibility, creativity, and speculation. Join her on the other side of the imagination tree. She’ll be sitting there waiting for your visit.