Book Event Season is here

Living in a region with four seasons has its benefits. Most people hunker down in the winter – unless they’re winter sports nuts. (Skiers and ice fishermen, I’m looking at you.) I spent the -40 degree days of winter of 2023-24 writing my third book, Medicine Creek Claim. It will be published in May 2024 if the stars align.

We’re moving into “Book Event Season,” when authors meet with readers at book fairs and speaking events. I’ve already presented two events, “Women Tamed the Frontier,” through the South Dakota Humanities Council’s Speakers Bureau.

I’ll discuss book #2, Lone Tree Claim, at the SD Ag Heritage Museum on Sunday, April 21 at 2 pm. That’s a “full circle” moment for this story since the inspiration for Lone Tree Claim came from an exhibit at the museum.

Then, I’ll pause until May, when I can introduce readers to Medicine Creek Claim.

If you’re interested in hearing about women homesteaders or simply want your “On the Dakota Frontier” book signed, you can find me at these events: 

Lone Tree Claim Author Talk: Sunday, April 21, 2 pm – SD Ag Heritage Museum, Brookings, SD

Book Signing: May 11, 1-3 pm, Barnes & Noble, Sioux Falls, SD

Author Talk & Book Signing: June 8, noon-2 pm, DDR Books, Watertown, SD

Book Signing & Book Fair: June 15 – Wild Deadwood Reads, Deadwood, SD

Women Tamed the Frontier: July 25, 6:30 pm, Caille Public Library, Sioux Falls

Book Signing: Aug 17-18, Canton Civil War Days, Canton, SD

Happy reading

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