Friday, May 11, 2007


I just finished an interview with American - check it out: I can't seem to get the links to consistently work in this blog, so just copy and paste in into your address bar.

In addition to my speaking at the Western Writers of America conference ( in June (Springfield, MO), I will be giving a talk at the Women Writing the West ( conference in October (Colorado Springs). It's going to be a busy year, but that's a good thing.

Did I mention the University of New Mexico Press (current publisher) is going to reprint Taste of Tombstone? The cool thing is that it will be released on it's 10th anniversary of being published! I can't believe it's been 10 years since my very first book was published

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Where does the time go?

I can't believe it's been almost a month since I last posted. I swear I am gonna do better. Let's see - I just found out that my 2nd book, Pikes Peak, was reprinted recently. That means anyone can order a copy now - it was out of print!

I am just about to send my 5th book about the pioneer women to my publisher. It should have gone to him long before now.

Made all the arrangements for my Tombstone trip for Wyatt Earp Days (Memorial weekend). Book signings at Boothill Graveyard, Tombstone Old West Books, and one in Tucson at a cool little cafe called, Javalinas.

I have another head cold this week...feels like I just had one.

The new job is still awesome! My bio is now on the site under the "meet the team" if you want to check it out.

Replanted the garden after losing everything in the weird frost we had last month. Tomatoes, pepper varieties, and leeks.

Well, I just got a new assignment, so I am going to dig in!