Month: December 2017

Interior Secretary Zinke Bans Outside magazine reporter from conference call after the reporter noted Zinke rigged his fly fishing reel backwards

Apparently, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, besides lacking fly fishing skills, doesn’t have a sense of humor. Source:  The Montana Post “The fishing incident would be a comical encounter if not for the dangerous precedent set to ban reporters who tell the truth.” Secretary Zinke Bans Reporter […]

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The Advocate, the Guard and the Force of the Horse at Christmas

“I annually drag this excerpt out from our book, and this blog’s namesake, Straight from the Horse’s Heart as it is one of my favorites…and I have never known why it has a special place in my heart…until now.

In re-reading it I finally have realized that I wrote this short story about myself, me, I am truly both characters, Christmas present and Christmas past. The revelation was somewhat shocking but this story is not fiction, it is my very essence and my being.

Again, I hope you enjoy as it is as relevant today as it was almost 10 years ago when I wrote it. I am an open book to those I love.

Keep the faith my friends, the innocent lives of thousands are in our hands and hearts” ~ R.T.

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Congratulations, Terri Farley!

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt author Terri Farley was inducted into the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame on November 16, 2017.  Farley joins historic heavyweight Mark Twain and contemporary NYT bestseller Ellen Hopkins on the list of authors writing in or about Nevada. “Nevada opened me up to my environment […]

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