Human Evolution and Women’s Sexuality — Part II: Women Bleed And There’s No Practical Purpose

By Kristy McCaffrey Don’t miss ~ Part I: Women Acquire Free Will Let’s talk about periods. At the beginning of a new cycle, the interior of a human uterus appears dead. Slowly, as ovulation approaches,

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Human Evolution and Women’s Sexuality — Part I: Women Acquire Free Will

 By Kristy McCaffrey Women bleed. Men don’t. According to biologists, there are between ten million and thirty million different species of life on earth. Only four thousand are mammals. And only

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End Of Summer Reading Recommendations

By Kristy McCaffrey If you're like me, I look forward to spending my evenings reading as Fall approaches. Here are a few of my recommended reads. I've included both non-fiction and fiction. Four Corners:

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A Westward Adventure

By Kristy McCaffrey I'm pleased to share that I've got another short story available as a single sell for 99 cents. It's currently on pre-order with a release date of August 28. Why should you pre-order?

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Smashwords Seminar

 By Kristy McCaffrey I recently attended a seminar by Mark Coker, founder of Smashwords, a self-serve digital platform for authors to publish electronic books. Smashwords distributes to retailers such

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Silverton And The Alpine Loop

By Kristy McCaffrey Established in 1874, the town of Silverton is located in the San Juan mountains of southwestern Colorado. It's a beautiful location to visit in the summertime, and one of the main starting

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A Trail Of Bread Crumbs: Bicycling Through Western France

 By Kristy McCaffrey On the second day of a bike tour through the French countryside of Brittany and Normandy, the differences in navigating style between my husband and I come to light. Our tour company—Backroads—has

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Science Facts

By Kristy McCaffrey Scientists at the University of Portsmouth have published a study that women wearing high heels are more attractive to men than women who don’t. High heels require a slightly adjusted

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Raising My Children

By Kristy McCaffrey This week, I have another child graduating from high school. What do I know about parenting? Mostly, it’s a very humbling endeavor. I’ve made many mistakes, out of both love and

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New Release – The Blackbird by Kristy McCaffrey

I'm so pleased to announce that Book Four in my Wings of the West series, The Blackbird, is now available in digital formats!! Historical Western Romance Rating: Steamy     Kindle | Nook | iTunes

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Evolution Of A Novel

By Kristy McCaffrey I’m in the process of readying my fifth novel for release. While I would love to say that I know the ins-and-outs of this writing thing, I can’t. Each book I’ve penned presents

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Pacific Gray Whales: The Sequel

By Kristy McCaffrey “Out there are whales, living by light and ancient brain…”            ~ Brenda Peterson and Linda Hogan, Sightings “Unbelievable.” We’re sitting in a military

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Feral Dogs, Hexes, and Living With The Navajo

By Kristy McCaffrey When I was nine years old, my parents, my sister and I moved to the Navajo Indian Reservation. I very much did not want to go. My dad, who has long had a deep and abiding respect for

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A Day In The Life Of A Book Reviewer

By Kristy McCaffrey For almost two years, I’ve been a book reviewer for Women’s Adventure magazine. Because movies and television have glorified this job to such a great degree, I thought I’d share

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Release Day ~ COWBOY KISSES ~ Old West Romance Anthology

I'm pleased to share a new anthology just in time for Valentine's Day. COWBOY KISSES is a collection of eight Old West romances, including my short story A Westward Adventure. Aspiring novelist Amelia

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