Category Archives: women

It Had to do With Sex

  Do you know why women were expected to ride side saddle in the old days? Read on and I’ll tell you. March is women’s history month, which is a perfect time for a writer of western historical romance. The … Continue reading

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   Republished from July, 2012 with some updating Besides being a writer, I’m a woman, a wife, mother, grandmother and a great grandmother. And I’m a human being, an American, a daughter of pioneers. My great grandmother on my mother’s … Continue reading

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Review from Reader Views June 07

Fly With The Mourning DoveVelda BrothertonPublish America (2007)ISBN 9781424159048Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner‑Jackson for Reader Views (6/07) Velda Brotherton’s “Fly With The Mourning Dove” is a true story, based on the early life of Edna Smith Hiller, who–according to the author … Continue reading

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