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Sandi Aultís first novel, Wild Indigo, won the Mary Higgins Clark Award, and it was the first time a debut novel had ever been nominated for the award. Wild Indigo was also nominated for Best First Mystery Novel by the Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association. This exciting debut in the WILD Mystery Series made nine regional bestsellers lists and received acclaim in reviews across the nation, including The New York Times.
Ault received two starred reviews each (Publishers Weekly and Library Journal) for Wild Indigo and Wild Inferno, the second in the series. Wild Inferno was named one of the Best Books of 2008 by both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal as well as several book-based websites, and it, too, met with critical acclaim from the national media, who compare Aultís work to that of Tony Hillerman, J. A. Jance, and Nevada Barr. Wild Inferno was the winner of the WILLA Finalist Award and also was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. Wild Sorrow received a starred review in Publishers Weekly,
making a perfect streak of starred reviews for Aultís three first novels. Ault was a featured author in Cowboys & Indians and New Mexico Magazine.
Sandi Ault currently lives in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, whereóin addition to writing novels, she teaches WILD Writing Workshops, and frequently appears as a speaker on the issues of wilderness, wolves, writing, and many aspects of Indian Country, among other topics. She has served as keynote speaker for the National Endowment for the Artsí Big Read Program and as a major presenter at the Tony Hillerman Writerís Conference.
She lives with her husband Tracy, her wolf Tiwa, and her Missouri wildcat, Buckskin. They travel extensively including annual field research on ruins, petroglyphs, native culture, and wilderness. Their photographs of ruins, petroglyphs and wolves have appeared in numerous publications.