Mark Siet has been writing fiction and non-fiction for over thirty years. He is a graduate of Rutgers University with a B.A. in Psychology. His writing has been featured in Body Mind and Spirit Magazine, Inner Light, and the Aquarian Weekly. Currently he is pursuing publication for three works of spiritual non-fiction and one novel about an invention called the Combustion Converter that replaces the gasoline derived combustion engine.
She was running down the long trail that led from the top of the overlook well down into the sparkling meadow below. The way was not too steep so that it made for an easy pace she kept. The air moved smoothly in and out of her lungs filling her with a sense of exhilaration as the smells of the trees on the upper slopes began to mingle with those of the tall grasses below. Her name was Trella and her beauty was legendary.