Delaina M. Waldron has just self-published her first novel called HerStory. HerStory is a paranormal thriller about a young African slave woman named Ayira who has a dark secret. A dark secret she does not understand and a dark secret that is beyond her control.
Ayira has special powers, she can see into the past and into the future and she can also speak to the dead.
Ayira is rescued by a Native American tribe and she struggles to balance her special powers and face her dark past to help the people around her. Ayira must overcome her fears of her dark past, survive the present and accept her destiny to help prevent the Indian tribes fatal outcomes.
Delaina M. Waldron is also a screenwriter and has written two feature length screenplays, one of which was adapted to her novel HerStory. The other is a comedy called “Ghetto Ghost Hunters”, which was a finalist in the 2011 Hollywood Screenwriting contest.
She also wrote a short thriller screenplay called “Peeper” which is currently in production.
Delaina M. Waldron is a single mother of one and is currently a city bus driver and a veteran in the Army Reserves, based in New York City.