John Agustín Rubio is a trauma therapist and member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and the National Crisis Centers – he writes from the combined perspectives of therapist, survivor, patient, and, most importantly, a Christian who has known grace.
This is his second book, and he is currently working on his third, Higher Mountains, which, like Wounded Dogs and Werewolves, is written from a foundation of Christian faith expressing Christian themes. Instead of telling a true story, however, it is a fictional tale set in the mountains outside Taos, New Mexico. It is expected out in the summer of 2012.
Rubio lives in the Yucatan but is often in the United States, where he spends time with family in the Texas Hill Country and in northern New Mexico. Visit him online at www.jarubio.com.