Velda Brotherton has a long career in historical writing, both fiction and nonfiction. Her love of history and the west is responsible for the publication of 30 western historical romances, novels, short stories and non-fiction books since 1994. In 2015 she signed on with a new publisher, Oghma Creative Media, with their publication of her book, Beyond the Moon. Meanwhile she works as head historical nonfiction editor as well as continuing to write for Oghma since. Several creative non-fiction books are waiting in line for publication, as well as the re-issue of earlier western fiction with her new publisher. At the age of 86 she is nowhere finished writing or working with novice writers.Those voices simply won't shut up, and so she finds them a home. She hopes to have more of her work added to audio books soon. Meanwhile she writes a column and produces interviews for Saddlebags Dispatch, a twice yearly western magazine produced by Oghma Creative Media. Reprints of her Ozark Cookbook, as well as Lost in the Ozarks and Wandering in the Shadows of Time are planned. , The most fun she's had came when owner/designer of Oghma Creative Media, Casey Cowan, suggested a new brand for her writing. Sexy, Dark, and Gritty so well fits her writing style that it was quickly adopted. This busy writer who has co-chaired a large weekly critique group since 1988, is no longer able to hold the two all-day yearly workshops she once held, but she still heads up an online writer's workshop. She isn't sure what will come next. She helped write some of the late Dusty Richard's westerns and is now writing her own western series, the Tale of a Woman Bounty Hunter. Her next book due out is the story of the Southwestern U.S. Marshals headquartered in Fort Smith, Arkansas.Read more Read less
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