“Rough Ride,” the first in Paulla Hunter’s series of Darcy Moreland adventures, begins with a harrowing incident that triggers an investigation amid Cheyenne’s annual rodeo celebration.
Author Paulla Hunter’s experience with the Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration and rodeo provided inspiration and setting for her novel “Rough Ride.”
Author Randi Samuelson-Brown talks about her novel “Branded Graves,” and how contemporary issues still reveal elements of the Wild West.
In “Hope Is Built,” Davalynn Spencer’s historical novel about the Cañon City region, mysterious deaths surround a coveted parcel of land.
If rivers and the outdoor legacy of the West are your thing, owner Marya Johnston of Out West Books in Grand Junction has some required reading.
Colorado’s governor chose geothermal exploration as his top focus when he was voted chair of the Western Governors’ Association in 2022. A year on, a new report reveals the potential is hot.
The volunteers at the Denver nonprofit Park Hill Community Bookstore recommend three nonfiction books that focus on the trials women faced in the West.
In “Undercover Outlaw,” author Gini Rifkin’s steamy Western romance, the two heroes finally give in to longing — but there’s a wrinkle in their anticipation.
It took Teow Lim Goh 15 years of trial and error before she settled on the collection of pieces that chronicled her self-discovery.
In this essay, author Teow Lim Goh reflects on magnificent western landscapes, through the lens of Hollywood and personal experience