Rainbow Chaser is a collection of uplifting poems that reflects the joy the author finds in nature, in her home life, and in the world around her. She believes in seeking out the good in the world, and this philosophy is reflected in her poems. The poem, “Rainbow Chaser,” from which the book gets its title, explains her attitude of being grateful for and seeking out the good. Connie Biltz uses imagery, rhyme, whimsy, and the unexpected in her poems. Her poetry is strongly influenced by the changing seasons and by the gifts of nature. She captures what she sees in vivid word images. Home and family are close to the author’s heart. Her observations on everyday life often reflect her sense of humor and her delight in wordplay. Overall, the poems in this book are down-to-earth and come from the heart. These poems are not intended to baffle and mystify readers or send them searching for deep, hidden meanings. They are intended to entertain, communicate, and share ideas with their audience. The author’s words are sure to amuse, touch, and surprise the reader.