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Prune Pie Review – The Western Way

Originating from a blog, this book contains stories of the Wards, on and off the music trail. You’ll meet Barry as husband, father, performer and “victim” of Victoria, wife, mom and feisty prankster along with kids B.J., Hunter and Sierra at all ages and stages. Happily for the reader, Victoria writes skillfully as she draws […]

Prune Pie and Other Moving Stories – Book Review

BOOK REVIEW “Prune Pie and Other Moving Stories” By Kathy Hare December 2015, The New Falcon Herald Author Victoria Ward reminds me of many other ranchers I’ve met over the years; she’s a hard-working woman dedicated to her family and faith. What distinguishes Victoria from the crowd is her quirky sense of humor, evident in […]

The Voice of the Children in the Apple Tree – Amazon Review

Receiving great reviews for our passionate work is very rewarding. That being said, we just got a five star review for The Voice Of The Children In the Apple Tree by Alexander Blackburn. “This is a real page-turner… an epic in the truest sense of the word. Think of it as “Downtown Abbey meets J. […]

Novel Set In Husted Tells A Difficult Story

Norma Engelberg Posted 1/2/13 John Dwaine McKenna’s newest novel starts out with understatement. In the words of 15-year-old Jamey McGoran, “The Whim-Wham man’s story ain’t easy to tell.” It wasn’t easy to write, either. As the author says on the book’s back cover, “There’s no sanitary way to write about murder.” “Sometimes I only wrote […]