Children’s author Peggy Archer has posted an interview with me on her Peggy’s Pages blog. Check it out to see what inspired me to write the book, what kind of research and marketing I did, current projects, etc.
Independent bookstores mean the world to authors. They are our champions. I celebrate them today and encourage you to patronize your favorite indie today and every day. My favorite: my local bookstore, Better World Books in Goshen, Indiana.
This week’s post by Heifer International is the last of their Unsung Hero stories. Richard Reiste tells of some of the dangers the seagoing cowboys faced. Thanks, Heifer International, for sharing these stories!
This week’s post by Heifer International shares a cowgirl’s story! After the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration ceased livestock shipments in 1947, the Heifer Project was on it’s own. Cattle attendants no longer received pay from UNRRA, and they no longer needed to join the Merchant Marine. The latter made it possible for women to participate. This is Kathy Moore’s story.
Amanda Wilkinson, reporter for The Elkhart (IN) Truth, tells the family connections that led Peggy Reiff Miller to write her children’s picture book, The Seagoing Cowboy in her article that appeared in today’s paper.
Ken Frantz will be present with me tomorrow at the Canterbury School Book Fair in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette tells his story in today’s paper.
Heifer International has posted the second of it’s April posts on the Unsung Heroes. Check out Merle Crouse’s story here.