Monthly Archives: September 2012

NED CHRISTIE, CHEROKEE WARRIOR

So many true stories are much more exciting than fiction, and they also help writers create marvelous novels. As a writer I treasure all the stories I’ve run across in my research, and share another one with you here. Cherokee … Continue reading

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Blog Hop

Thanks to Heidi Thomas who tagged me for this blog. What is the working title of your book?  Rose of Cimarron Where did the idea come from for the book? My husband ran across the story of the legendary Rose … Continue reading

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DULL KNIFE WAS A KIDDING NAME

His brother had always teased him about the sharp­ness of his hunting knife, and before long the nickname was how he came to be remembered. Morning Star  (Wo*he hip in Cheyenne) was his real Cheyenne name. Though he was a … Continue reading

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WRITERS DON’T ALWAYS WRITE

This week has been hectic and I got to thinking about how many tasks fall to us writers that don’t involve our writing and research. Here’s an example of a week’s time: First and second edits on my latest book … Continue reading

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GRAY WOLVES GO UNDER THE GUN

A few years ago, when I first began to research the U.S. Fish & Wildlife restoration of the gray wolf population in Wyoming and Montana for my book, Wolf Song, there were very few of these spiritual and beautiful animals … Continue reading

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