Texas Author Vicky J. Rose
I have a new short story published in a Western anthology, "A Promise Broken, A Promise Kept," see below. It was judged by my peers as one of the top three Western short fiction stories of 2014. Below: Accepting the award at the 2015 WWA Convention in Lubbock, Texas. To my right is presenter and author Nancy Plain, a past Spur winner for her children's books.
My book about three ranchers on a treasure hunt in 1880s Texas is available from Amazon, Treasure Hunt in Tie Town, also see below.
Testimony, my first e-book, was published by Whiskey Creek Press, but when they sold, I took the rights back. It will be available again soon.
I'm working on another novel and hope to have it published soon.
In the meantime, I do seasonal work for the most hated government agency in the U.S. because they are the only ones who will give me a job. I live with my grown son, a terrier and two cats on five acres in Central Texas. I'm a member of Western Fictioneers, The Western Writers of America, The Texas Folklore Society, and The Daughters of the Republic of Texas.
Join me on my journey as I explore the mysteries of the Old and New West.
Coming in July, 2014:
Broken Promises Anthology Published by La Frontera Publishing
A Book of Western Short Stories
To read an excerpt from my short story "A Promise Broken, A Promise Kept" about a young attorney's first murder trial, click here.
Treasure Hunt in Tie Town
When an unhappy rancher finds a treasure map, it begins a search that changes his life and the lives of everyone around him. Click here to read more.
Available as an e-book now from Amazon. To sample or buy, go to: www.amazon.com/Treasure-Hunt-Tie-Town
Or from Smashwords. To sample or buy, go to: www.smashwords.com
In "Tales of Buried Treasure in and Around Old McDade," I recount stories told to me about the tales of buried Spanish gold, Mexican silver, and outlaw loot around the small towns of McDade and Bastrop, Texas. It appears in the November 2011 issue of Lost Treasure magazine.
A novel, Treasure Hunt in Tie Town, an entirely fictionalized book loosely based on these stories and this area, is now on sale from: Amazon.com.
LINKS: To find out more about lodging in the Rio Frio area, go to my friend LeAnn's website: http://www.friolodging.com/
For activities in the Rio Frio area, go to: http://www.hillcountryadventures.com/
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