We have another website that is really called Rix Cafe Texican, and from it we promote Central Texas writers. Some are friends and neighbors, some are simply Central Texas writers we’ve heard of. They all have written good books.
Here is our neighbor Jeff Robenalt, a Lockhart schoolteacher who’s written three rip-roaring Texas historical novels and is working on several more. He really is our neighbor. I see him usually when I’m walking our dog Boo Radley and he’s riding his bike through the streets of Lockhart. Or, when we’re both at the same book signing, which is what will happen next Saturday December 1 at the Dr. Eugene Clark Library from 10-3. Come on over and say hello.
Jeff’s books are Saga of a Texas Ranger and Star Over Texas and The Bloody Frontier. You can find out more about him and his writing at http://sagaofatexasranger.com. You can buy the Kindle version his books at http://amzn.com/B0049B2DSS http://amzn.com/B008OMVPVE http://amzn.com/B0099VVM6M.
The link to Rix Cafe Texican is http://rixcafetexican.com. There you can see the covers of my books and stories and the books we’re promoting, plus some photos and information about the soon to be defunct Scare The Dickens Out of Us ghost story contest.
All photos by Roxanne Rix.
WHAT I READ THIS WEEK–Prisoner’s Hope by David Feintuch. The Chalk Girl by Carol O’Connell. Afraid by Jack Kilborn.