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Would you want to live in Alaska?
I moved here with my husband in 2006 and we never looked back.
(Not even in the minus-forty-degree winters when the sun doesn't come up until 10:30 am.)
One thing I love about Alaska is that people in this great state know how to take care of each other.
When we first moved out here, we were told (by more than one person!), "If you get in trouble, you call your neighbor. Not 911."
Because we're so rural.
Case in point: A friend's son fell on Thanksgiving, hit his head, and needed stitches.
Want to guess how long it took his mom to heat up her car so she could drive him to the clinic? (I'll tell you in a minute.)
The fact of the matter is that here in Alaska, we depend on each other.
We check in.
Because the dangers out here are real.
Moose aren't just dangerous on the road. They're also known to attack.
Speaking of attacks, how many other places are there where the average resident knows two or three people (sometimes more) who have survived bear attacks?
(Yup, speaking from experience here ...)
Of course, if you read my Alaskan Refuge Christian suspense novels, you know it's not the wildlife you need to fear up here.
(And here's another hint: It's not the cold, either.)
The characters in the Alaskan Refuge series face murderous cult members bent on revenge, an abusive stepfather, a boyfriend who appears mysteriously as if coming back from the dead ...