April 4, 2018

I always take time to travel. Anyone who knows me knows this. My friend Isaak always said I had “wanderlust” when we were young. After researching this concept, I had to say I agree. I definitely feel something akin to a migratory urge if I don’t go seek out new places...

March 28, 2018

 Now that the Keeper of Fire is available to purchase and my press releases have gone out to hundreds of news sites, it’s probably time to delve a little deeper into the metaphor.

My father, for one, expressed some embarrassment and concerns about the books’ origins....

March 23, 2018

So I wanted to get away to begin the reconstruction on my third book, “The Mermaid’s Plight.” As most of this book takes place under the sea, I decided my best bet for inspiration would be to go somewhere where I could free-dive and snorkel under water. Since it is cur...

March 15, 2018

My husband and I were walking around downtown Seattle, and saw a sign for a Sensory Deprivation Tank spa. We had both read about this in the past, yet neither of us had tried it. Additionally, I had rolled my ankle quite badly on Mount Erie two days prior, and soaking...

March 8, 2018

When I was a child I was obsessed with orca whales. I mean OBSESSED. My bedroom was papered into one mass collage from every magazine and calendar picture I could find, and I could tell you every detail about an orca’s psychology and physiology on request. I watched th...

March 1, 2018

Disney’s The Little Mermaid came out shortly after my fourth birthday. I absolutely loved it - the Mermaid concept, not necessarily the story line. It was right about this time that my future step-mother entered our lives.


February 21, 2018

In light of all the tragedy-wrought controversy floating around the web, I’ve decided to jump on the bandwagon and write up an article about firearms. This is not to open up a debate, but to inspire thought.

I am a gun owner.

I am a gun owner who is pro-gun reform. (...

February 13, 2018

I wrote The Keeper of Fire when I was sixteen years old. I didn’t realize it at the time, but it was a metaphor for everything I was experiencing in my young life. My name is Davina; my character’s name is Deiji. My mother left when I was three years old. In the metaph...

February 4, 2018

 "Work Sets You Free." - A propaganda slogan used in local and regional media to convince the population that this was merely a work camp or a re-education camp for criminals. 

In 2014 I had the chance to visit Dachau, Nazi Germany’s very first concentration camp, est...

January 31, 2018

Scandinavia has many social advantages that we hear about in America – the right to education and the right to health care access are a few examples. But there’s another set of rights that they have, and I find them fascinating. Some of these Nordic countries, Finland...

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 Davina Marie Liberty

Davina Marie Liberty (yes, that’s her real name!) works as a traveling Equine Sports Massage Therapist and Holistic Hoof Care Practitioner across northern California. Davina is a certified PFI freediver, and dual-licenced Mermaid Instructor. She has since launched her career as a Professional Mermaid. 
She takes her own horses in Endurance rides and Horse Shows for fun and volunteers as a mentor in horsemanship to young teens. In her spare time (it does happen!) she writes and travels internationally. Her goal is to hit all seven continents and she has two to go.