Can a 14 year old girl in Montana in the 1920s become a Rodeo Star? Based on a true story of the American West ... my grandmother's.
Genre: Novel of the West. Adult, suitable for Young Adult.
ISBN: 978-1-932695-83-0 SRP...... $12.95 USD
Follow the Dream
The sequel to Cowgirl Dreams
Nettie marries, yet faces challenges to her lifelong rodeo dreams. She must cope with personal tragedy, survive drought, and help Jake keep their horse herd from disaster. Will these challenges break this strong woman?
As with Cowgirl Dreams, this story is based on the life of the author’s grandmother, a real Montana cowgirl.
ISBN: 978-1-936127-18-4 .... $12.95
Dare to Dream
The third in the series.
In the 1940s, Nettie is faced with the demise of women's rodeo. But mentoring two young girls in trick riding brings her dreams back to the forefront.
Cowgirl Up! A History of Rodeo Women
When someone says “Cowgirl Up!” it means rise to the occasion, don’t give up, and do it all without whining or complaining. And the cowgirls of the early twentieth century did it all, just like the men, only wearing skirts and sometimes with a baby waiting behind the chutes. Women learned to rope and ride out of necessity, helping their fathers, brothers, and husbands with the ranch work.