Category Archives: Cait London

FROM NEW YORK TO KINDLE

A bit over 17 years ago, my first nonfiction and a western romance were published. The nonfiction found a home with a small, regional publisher, but the historical western landed on its feet strongly at Penguin/Topaz in New York. For … Continue reading

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Come Down off Your Mountain

Once I resided on the side of a mountain here in the Ozarks without many contacts. I went to the store or the post office and greeted people in our small town when we met, but other than that I … Continue reading

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OWL meeting Saturday

The Ozark Writers League has been around for more than 20 years, and I’ve belonged for most of those, probably 18 or so. I met my first publisher there in 1992, and in April of 1994 my first book was … Continue reading

Posted in Cait London, Dusty Richards, Jory Sherman, OWLs, Pat Carr, Suzann Ledbetter, Trident Agency, Velda Brotherton, writing | 1 Comment