Rebecca Neason 1954 – 2010

By Jim Fiscus: New York Times best selling author Rebecca Neason died August 31, 2010 in Auburn, Washington. She was 55, and is survived by her husband of 30 years, Stephen Neason, a sister, and several nieces and nephews. Neason had suffered from fibromyalgia for years. 
“She was a damn fine friend, as well as an accomplished author,” said writer Lenora Good. 
Neason will be remembered throughout the science fiction and fantasy community as a woman who generously gave of her time to encourage both new and established writers. She was a regular panelist at conventions in the Pacific Northwest. 
Remembrances may be made in Rebecca’s name to Enumclaw Fire Department, 1330 Wells St., Enumclaw, WA 98022 or Medic One, 7064 S. 220th St., Bldg. #9, Kent, WA 98037 
Bibliography of published novels: 
Guises of the Mind – ST:TNG #27, (NYT Best Seller List) (Sep 1, 1993) 
Highlander ™: The Path (Highlander, No 5, Aug 1, 1997) 
Highlander ™: Shadow of Obsession (Jun 1, 1998) 
The Thirteenth Scroll (Jun 1, 2001) 
The Truest Power (Dec 1, 2002) 

Neason is also cited as author of The Oak and the Cross, from Thomas Nelson, Inc, but publishing details were unavailable at the time this was written. She also published a number of short stories.