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One of by favorite authors is Sandra Dallas who lives in Denver. Find her on Facebook and at www.sandradallas.com I think she does an incredible job of capturing the essence of the West. Am exicted because I just received an Early Reviewer copy of her new book The Bride's House.
Do you have a favorite Colorado author or Colorado book?
Temple Grandin, also from Greely, author of numerous books on her life with autism.
Damon Runyon; not usually considered a Colorado author, but born in Pueblo
Isabella Bird - honorable mention; although she spent less than a year in Colorado her A Ladies Life in the Rocky Mountains has some pretty amusing comments about the degree of Colorado civilization in 1873.
Don't usually read SF, but will pick up one of Willis' Colorado books. Thanks for the tip.
My friend Robin D. Owens is working on a fantasy romance novel set in Denver, but I am not usually a romance person so though I am going to read it out of loyalty who knows if I will like it or not. Plus, not even finished yet.
And the other Colorado authors I read do not set things in Colorado.
And I agree that Kent Haruf and Sandra Dallas are both excellent authors.
As far as books set in Colorado, can't forget The Stand. At least part of the book took place here.
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