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And Jettie Wilson, the grandmother, was patterned after my own maternal grandmother. I became interested in Wyoming history after moving from southern California to Wyoming during the s. There is such rich history in Wyoming, with the Oregon, California and Mormon trails, the Indian hunting grounds and battles with soldiers, the Pony Express and intercontinental telegraph lines.

I wrote a number of books about the area.

Jean Henry Mead

Has your background in newspaper and magazine writing helped in researching and writing your books? I wrote my first novel in fourth grade with pencil on construction paper and took a chapter a day to school to read to my friends.


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Fortunately, it was never published. I worked as a reporter for my high school newspaper and served as editor in chief of my college paper while a cub reporter for the local daily newspaper. Three of my nonfiction books are interviews, the rest are historical.


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I understand you have a new novel coming out soon. What are your other novels about? The second novel in the series, Diary of Murder, will be released next spring.

I have a vivid imagination that conjures up all kinds of problems for my characters. The internet. You can reach readers all over the world by promoting your work in your pajamas, if you want.

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There are many author-reader sites online where you connect with people who like to read, such as Goodreads, MySpace, Facebook and Twitter. Twitter is my favorite place to promote books and my blog sites.

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Heidi M. She also writes as Jean Henry and J. A wealth of cowboy poetry from some of Wyoming's best cowboy poets are included in this audiobook along with their biographies Writing advice and articles from 58 mystery writers in 12 different subgenres including suspense, thrillers, crime, noir, traditional mysteries, amateur sleuths, private eyes, cozies, police procedurals Who lives in the dark house at the top of Spider Mountain?

The Hamilton Kids want to know Susan Cameron, a young Missouri woman, arrives in Wyoming Territory determined to homestead on her own When the Hamilton kids arrive at their Uncle's ranch in the Laramie Mountains, they want to see the ghost of Crimson Dawn The Valley Retirement Village is the scene of a serial killer's revenge.

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Who is alphabetically killing Sew and So Club members, and why? This volume of candid interviews contains a sampling of hundreds conducted by Jean Henry Mead over a thirty-year period Jean Henry Mead. You're getting a free audiobook. Click to Try Audible Free. Cancel anytime.

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