Monthly Archives: January 2016

FOOTPRINTS IN THE FROST – Now Available in Nook

Just got  word from Jeana, the Promotions Director at Oak Tree Press, that my book FOOTPRINTS IN THE FROST is now available as a Nook Book at Barnes and Noble. You can also get it there as a trade paperback.  … Continue reading

Posted in Book, Colorado, Crime, Dark Oak Mystery, FOOTPRINTS IN THE FROST | 4 Comments

INTRODUCING MY DAUGHTER, BARB KENT

My guest today is my daughter, Barb Kent,  who, apparently, is another budding writer in our family.   People are encouraging Barb to either write a book, start a blog or do something more than simply post her prose on Facebook.  … Continue reading

Posted in blogs, family, Jackie Taylor Zortman, Sharing, Writing | 21 Comments

THE RIDE INTO THE SUNSET

He was and is very dear to my heart and will forever be.  He was part Ute and part Apache and I’ve never met a kinder and more caring individual. During a particularly dark and stressful time in my life, … Continue reading

Posted in blogs, Friendship, grief, Jackie Taylor Zortman, Native American, Writing | 22 Comments

MEMORIES CAN ADD REALISM TO NOVELS BY JL GREGER

Today I am happy to have as my guest, fellow Oak Tree Press author, JL Greger, who will tell us how MEMORIES CAN ADD REALISM TO NOVELS.  She will also introduce you to her latest book “I Saw You In Beirut”.  Apparently, she likes … Continue reading

Posted in Authors, books, JL Gregor, Oak Tree Press | 17 Comments