From a technical standpoint “Letters from the Oklahoma Land Run: 1889” is my best book yet (that’s the IT guy in me talkin’)….and oh yeah the content is amazing, fabulous, intriguing wonderful and more. I love this book! It is all most unbelievable as I now have 9 titles on Amazon with 3 of those […]
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The most frequent question I get doing book signings and shows is about Large Print Edition availability of my books. Yes, you can get large print on e-books by turning up the font size, but many avid readers still prefer print books and need larger print to enjoy them. Pew Research tells us print book […]
On April 22, 1889 a shot was fired and horses, wagons and trains roared into the region of central Oklahoma known as the Unassigned Lands. President Benjamin Harrison’s March 23, 1889 proclamation, opened the land, and people came from across the country to claim it. According to the Homestead Act of 1862, if a settler […]
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Looking forward to being in Trinidad October 4, 2018.
So what are you writing next? That is the most frequent question since I have finished “Old Boston: As Wild As They Come.” I have answered that the next story I am working on is related to Chapter 12 in that book. However, the search for information about Boston, Colorado for my book “Old Boston: […]
It’s now available via #amazon! “Old Boston: As Wild As They Come” https://amzn.to/2Ly1gGK On November 16, 1886, four members of the Atlantis Town Company stopped on the Southeast Colorado plains to stake out and establish Boston, Colorado. Frontier newspaperman Sam Konkel joined the town company and promoted Boston as “The Utopian City of the Plains.” Built to […]
It feels great to find interesting tidbits in old newspapers—for me it has been part of researching my book, for others, it may be finding an obituary, marriage announcement, or other types of notice. But sometimes historical newspapers used abbreviations and terms that are no longer common, leaving some of us scratching our heads. Let’s […]