On March 24 I’ll be part of a group of Central Texas writers featured at the Meet The Authors event at the Central Texas Oil Patch Museum in Luling, Texas. I’m taking ARROYO with me and THE COWBOY’S BABY, and also lots of really good cookies from 2Tarts in New Braunfels.
My books are on display right now. You can see them in the window as you walk by; hell, you can see them if you drive by slowly enough.
Joining me will be Roger M. Olien WILDCATTERS; Al Pickett WISHBONE WISDOM: Emory Bellard, Texas Football Visionary; Donaly E. Brice THE GOVERNOR’S HOUNDS: The Texas State Police, 1870-1873; Cliff R. Caldwell TEXAS LAWMEN, 1835-1899: The Good and the Bad; Peggy Engledow and Victoria Daywood BAD BOYS OF CALDWELL COUNTY; Candice M. Wiester JEFFREY THE HERO OF MORRISTON MEADOWS, and JINGLEBELL GROWS UP (with Robin Nickells); Rose Chase Smith NOTHING LIKE ME; Chuck Parsons LIFE OF CAL POLK, and Debra Winegarten KATHERINE STINSON THE FLYING SCHOOL GIRL, and THERE’S JEWS IN TEXAS?
You can find the books and stories of Gretchen Rix at
Four of the authors also have their books available for Amazon.com’s Kindle.
PHOTOS BY ROXANNE RIX
WHAT I READ THIS WEEK—The Art of Racing In The Rain by Garth Stein.