by Vickie McDonough
When I first started writing, I kept hearing people say “write what you know.” So, having been born and raised in
A large part of
The initial opening of Indian lands, over two million acres, was of great interest to people across the
The Unassigned Lands were finally opened to white settlement in the "Run" for farms and town lots. Places like the Guthrie Station, which was nothing more than a
Life was often rough for these early land seekers, but many Oklahomans today still live on land their ancestors won in one of the land rushes, and their stories make exciting books and movies.
I have a trilogy set in the pre-statehood days of
Editor's note: Vickie has three book's coming out this fall! To find out more, please head on over to her website at: www.vickiemcdonough.com