Wyoming’s Lesser Known Authors You Should Read
There is simply no way to give credit to them all. But it is worth mentioning a few little known Wyoming writers that are worth looking up next time you are at you local bookstore.
1. Fred Savage
His first book "Throwaway Child" is selling very well at the locally. "Throwaway Child" is book one in the "Throwaway Child" Trilogy.
2. Jane Willis
Jane is from Wheatland. She recently published "Whirled: Life, Loss, and Healing," which is available on Amazon for Kindle or in print and on Nook.
Kathleen is a former state historian and archaeologist for Wyoming, Kansas, and Nebraska for the U.S. Department of the Interior. She is perhaps best known for her First North Americans series, co-authored with husband W. Michael Gear.
Jennifer was just published by High Planes Press. Her book "Soap Suds Row: The Bold Lives of Army Laundresses" tells the hard stories of some women you may have never considered. They followed the troops as laundresses traveling alongside the soldiers during two of the most important conflicts in United States history.