Aish, Carolyn Ann

Carolyn Ann Aish was born Carolyn Ann Gundesen in the small town of Waitara,Taranaki, New Zealand in 1948, raised in New Plymouth and now widowed resides in Inglewood beneath the spectacular Taranaki Mountain, Egmont. Carolyn earned a spot in the 1996 Guinness Book of Records (music section, page 144) for the longest hymn published. "Sing God's Song". Published in the USA in the 90's, "The Frencolian Chronicles, "TREASURES, CASTLES, and KINGDOMS, enjoy rave reviews, and her Max and Rastus (true) series about the World Famous Motor cycling cat and his owner created an on-going following for Carolyn's work. She has over 50 books in print, and besides working on publishing some of her hundreds of sacred songs, she is publishing new authors' books.