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The Great Train Caper

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019

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Looking for a Unique Gift? WWA Cookbook.

Posted by on Nov 30, 2018

    Maw’s Cherry Salad, Page 67 ~ This cherry salad recipe is from my grandmother who made this sweet, fluffy creation every holiday which we celebrated on the farm at Lockney, Texas. If Mom wasn’t watching, I filled up half my plate. Maw always served this dish as a side with the turkey and ham, and I now own the bowl she served it in. I have also created a lower calorie version which is included in this book. 1 can sweetened condensed milk 1 can cherry pie filling 1 large can pineapple tidbits, drained 1 large container whipped topping 1 cup pecans, chopped Refrigerate before serving Western Writers of America is a writing organization founded in 1953 to promote the literature of the American West. With over 600 members from all over the U.S. and other countries,...

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Maggie’s Betrayal

Posted by on May 30, 2018

A gripping story of family betrayal, deep despair, and a courageous girl’s triumph. Read Chapter 1 Below Buy it Now Only 99 Cents Amazon NOOKBook Kobo Maggie Sharrod is betrayed by her own father and forced into marriage to a powerful, ruthless business man 31 years older. Set in the depression era of Fort Worth in 1936, she is pulled into the fun-time crowd and debauchery of the Highway to Hell, a stretch of casinos and dance halls on the Jacksboro Highway.   Hopeless and resigned to accept her lot in life, the situation suddenly  turns unbearable when she becomes the pawn in a business deal gone bad.  If Maggie has the courage to change her fate, the price could be her life. MAGGIE’S BETRAYAL is selected as part of the anthology  OUR TIME ON ROUTE 66, a collection of short stories...

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Our Time on Route 66

Posted by on May 30, 2018

Featuring five unique short stories and novellas set on historic Route 66 in Texas. A gripping story of family betrayal, deep despair, and a young girl’s courageous triumph. MAGGIE’S BETRAYAL by Natalie Bright A young soldier leaves his new bride for war sharing their life through letters in this heartfelt story. WAITING by Rory C. Keel A down-on-his luck cowboy sees opportunity in a young widow’s neglected ranch in 1944 Texas. SUDDEN TURNS by Joe Nichols A Cherokee Chief predicts Mora O’Hara’s future as she travels The Mother Road seeking closure after a career related tragedy. SHOWDOWN AT U-DROP INN by Cait Collins Raylen Dickey learns the difference between her friends, lovers, and enemies. FEAR OF HEIGHTS by Nandy Ekle     Read It Now! Amazon     Barnes and Noble Print...

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Taz & The Big Flappy Thing

Posted by on Feb 28, 2018

Rescue Animal Series Book #5 – Easy Reader Ages 8-10 A rescued, registered Hackney named Taz learns about flags and realizes that big flappy things can be harmless. Based on actual events, this super smart rescue horse trains for the Veteran’s Day Parade. The flag is not scary any more, but what about the crowded streets, a marching band, strange animals called mules, tap-dancers, and those horrible floaty things? It’s enough to make a well-behaved horse go bonkers! Read about Taz as he navigates the Veteran’s Day parade route through downtown Amarillo. Beginning vocabulary for emerging readers at 3rd/4th grade level, ages 8-10. Includes Fun Fact sections about Veteran’s Day and the United States flag. In collaboration with Stephanie Nelson Tuey, owner/trainer. 40 pages, color photo illustrations Print ISBN 978-0-998810133 eBook ISBN 978-0-998810126 Hardcover, library binding ISBN 978-0-9988101-7-1 Due...

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