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 Summer Fun Time!

 June 1, Canyon, Book Birthday Bash! 

Canyon Area Library. Announcing the release of my new Rescue Animal books and sign-ups for summer reading program!  10:00 AM to Noon. Meet the rescue horses and their trainers. Come celebrate with us!


June 19-25, Billings, Montana

Me in Billings for the Western Writers of America annual meeting. Such a great group of people!

June 26, Wellington

Library in Wellington at 10:00 AM for a program about the Rescue Horse books. Flash and Taz will be there too!

June 26,Canadian

Hemphill County Library. The fun begins at 2:00 PM! Featuring my newest books, easy readers about rescue horses Flash and Taz.

July 12-13 Shamrock

Texas Welcomes the World to Shamrock!

Joining my WordsmithSix Critique Group in Shamrock on Friday and Saturday. We’ll be autographing our newly released short story Anthology, OUR TIME ON ROUTE 66, featuring a collection of short stories set at the iconic U-Drop Inn in Shamrock, as well as our other publications. Vendor booths will be open Friday 10-5 and Saturday 10-4 at the Shamrock Community Center. Live music with the Road Crew, car show, Texas Theatre, Silent Auction, Rodeo, and Dance. Come by our booth and say hey!


July 14 Coolhorse, 10am-2pm, Amarillo

Book signing. Meet the rescue horses and their trainers! Coolhorse, 6951 Bell Street in Amarillo.

July 20 Canyon Gallery and Palo Duro Canyon Visitor’s Center

Book signing from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. Meet the rescue horses and their trainers, and get a book signed by all of us!

Saturday, July 21 Texas High Plains Writers

Traditional Publishing vs. Indie.

I’ll be moderating a panel of local Indie authors and owners of small independent presses:

Rory C Keel, author and owner of Carpe Diem Publshing

Ryan McSwain, Indie Author

Vicki Schoen, author and owner of Yellow City Publishing

Me as Moderator. Indie Author and owner, small independent press NKB Books, LLC.

Take off your funky creative cap and put on your business suit; publishing your book is a business. We will look at industry statistics and discuss the status of publishing in today’s environment. I’ll be asking our panel questions which will cover the entire process from idea spark to book-in-hand. We’ll find out why they went Indie, the parts they enjoy about this business, how to budget time, what they got right, and the worst mistakes made along the way. Join us for a lively discussion.

I hope to see you at 10:00 AM, at the Chase Tower (9th Floor Ed Davis Room), in downtown Amarillo, on July 21. Bring pen, notebook and all questions. Should be a fun and lively discussion.

 September 7-9, Lubbock

The 30th Annual National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration® (NCSC) will be held September 7-9, 2018, at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center in Lubbock, Texas. Stop by my booth and say hey! Several of my co-authors will be there as well.

The organization’s goal is to preserve our Western heritage and cowboy culture. The two-day event includes musical entertainers, poetry and storytelling, Western writers and authors panels, film and movie seminars, a Youth Wild West Day, horse-handling demonstrations, a horse-themed parade, Native American activities and presentations, the ever-popular National Championship Chuck Wagon Cookoff®, and exhibits of Western artworks and merchandise.

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September 28, Amarillo

Hillside Elementary. Let’s talk about writing a story about a horse. Books and rescue horses will be there!

October 12, Canyon

Crestview Elementary. Books and books about horses event. How to write a book about a horse Power Point program.