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OK, here is my question. But first let me explain at bit. The Trail of Tears was a horrendous event in our American history, yet a nation stood by and watch as a completely civilized tribe were kicked off of their lands and marched by force to a land no one wanted. These people were not wild Indians, but at the time they lived in log cabins the same as their white neighbors. They produced more wheat, corn, wool, cotton and produce than any of their white neighbors. Yet, the excuse for…See More
There is a the Cozy Mystery Group, but I find that some books posted there do not fit in the Cozy section of mystery. This group is a place for anyone who loves to read a good mystery and/or thriller and/or action adventure book.See More
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I am an author of Native American historical fiction mysteries. I have a series called Mysteries From The Trail of Tears with the first book, Wheezer and the Painted Frog. Second book to be out by May 2012. I have enjoyed a long career as a singer and entertainer in Branson, Missouri where I performed as Kitty Kelley in my own show. Because of health I am no longer doing a daily show, so I have returned to my long love of writing.
My home town is Kansas City, Missouri and I am married to a wonder Cherokee artist who makes all kinds of Native American art and regalia. Also, flutes, mocs, beading, fans, canes, drums, etc.
thanks for following me. I checked out your book back in December when you posted on my FB page. I've never read Native Amaerican historical fiction. I should gaive it a try. I'm glad you like Bill Cosby. It was a pleasure working on the show.
Welcome to Book Blogs, Kitty :) Happy New Year!! This site can be a bit overwhelming at first, so if you have any questions please feel free to ask me. I’ve been a member for a few months and have found the resources on here to be excellent. When you get a chance please stop by my blog http://ro-alwaysinspired.blogspot.com/. If you decide to follow me, please let me know and I will return the favor :)
thanks for taking the time to write me on Facebook. Unfortunately I don't do reviews or host guest blogs. The sole purpose of my blog is to communicate with my fans and keep them up to speed on what's happening in my world. I wish you great success with Wheezer and the Painted Frog. If you need my assistance or advice on something else please don't hesitate to ask.
I am so glad you have come to join us! It can be a bit overwhelming around here at first, Don't hesitate to ask questions- At least until you get your bearings! I am more then happy to help!
We are also looking for any one interested in being a regular contributor on our blog! Monthly, Weekly, Bi- Weekly... we are flexible! Know someone (adult or child) or are you interested in writing book reviews for our site? Family Friendly reviews of any genre are considered! If you are interested, email me at ekfamilybooks(at)yahoo(dot)com so that I can send you a copy of our blog post template to get you started!
Welcome to Book Blogs! Please check out and follow my blog when you get the chance! I have new reviews posted almost daily, and author interviews will be posted soon! I look forward to hearing more about your books! I am also a Native American Studies and History major at UNC, so your books sound interesting!