Women Mathematicians

By Kristy McCaffrey As early as the 1700s, women were drawn to scientific fields but society excluded them from receiving proper training and the same employment opportunities as their male counterparts.

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Death Masks

By Kristy McCaffrey A death mask is a likeness of a deceased person’s face following death. Typically constructed of wax or plaster, the impression is made directly from the corpse.   Death Mask

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See The Grand Canyon

By Kristy McCaffrey   View from the Bright Angel Trail at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Photo Kristy McCaffrey. “All the descriptions written over the decades land with a dull thud next

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Guest Post: Writing – The Long and Short Of It by Patti Sherry-Crews

Please welcome author Patti Sherry-Crews today!! Take it away, Patti. “When are you going to stop writing for boxed sets and write another novel?” That was a question my daughter asked me some time

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Guest Post: Eight Seconds Of Glory by Andrea Downing

Please welcome guest author Andrea Downing to my blog!! EIGHT SECONDS OF GLORY Rodeo revolves around several events that are timed at eight seconds.  Why eight seconds? Brought by Spaniard colonists to

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Guest Post: Ranching In A Man’s World by Devon McKay

Today I'd like to welcome author Devon McKay to my blog!! Ranching In A Man’s World Ride. Rope. Repair fence. This is what a rancher does. Every day. Come rain, sleet, snow, or shine. Such devotion takes

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Guest Post: Hebby Roman

Please welcome guest author Hebby Roman to my blog!! Good Morning, Romance Readers, First, I would like to thank Kristy for offering to host our boxed set collection of contemporary western romances, A

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RONE Nominee, Two Giveaways, and Book News

By Kristy McCaffrey I've got a few fun book-related items to share!!   THE BLUEBIRD is a RONE Nominee. Yippee!! This award is given by InD'Tale Magazine. To qualify, a book must receive a 4-star

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Fort Bowie, Arizona

By Kristy McCaffrey Fort Bowie—located in southeastern Arizona—would become one of the most important military posts in the Arizona Territory. It not only guarded Apache Pass and its important water

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Questionable Place Names in Arizona

By Kristy McCaffrey Arizona has its share of place names that might make people cringe today, dating back to a colorful past and regional biases. Throughout the state there are at least 15 geographic

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Arizona State University

By Kristy McCaffrey In 1886, the Arizona Territory offered a less-than-ideal educational environment. The Pleasant Valley War between competing cattle rustling gangs was in full swing and wouldn’t

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Baseball in the Old West

By Kristy McCaffrey The earliest known mention of baseball in the United States was in 1791 in Massachusetts. In 1845, the New York Knickerbockers was the first team to play by modern baseball rules,

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Fun Facts About Kristy McCaffrey’s Wings of the West Series

By Kristy McCaffrey Here's a few fun facts about my Wings of the West series. The characters in THE WREN came to me when I was 15 years old. I saw a girl and two brothers. This grew into the characters

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Reading Recommendations

All Reviews by Kristy McCaffrey (Note: I've included an Amazon link for each book, but they may also be available on other platforms such as Nook, iBooks, Kobo, and Google Play, as well as print.) Wool by Hugh

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FREEBIES and a giveaway!!

By Kristy McCaffrey February is the month of love and that usually means a lot of promotions from romance authors LOL. I've got a few more to share with you. My publisher has priced the following books

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