6 Books by Colorado Authors to Read by the Fire
These stories written by local authors will carry you through the cold winter months
It’s time to snuggle into your favorite reading nook and crack open a spine. Support these Colorado authors as you begin your reading goals for 2023.
Cockeyed Happy is a story of Ernest Hemingway and Pauline Pfeiffer during six summers from 1928 through 1939—each showing Hemingway at a different place in his writing and a different stage of their marriage. Now available in new paperback edition.
Dark Matter is a mind-bending, relentlessly surprising thriller from the author of the bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy.
Plainsong is a heart-strong story of family and romance, tribulation and tenacity, set on the High Plains east of Denver.
The Last Midwife With Sandra Dallas’s incomparable gift for creating a sense of time and place and characters that capture your heart, The Last Midwife tells the story of family, community, and the secrets that can destroy and unite them.
True Wild West on the Colorado Plains is a series of short stories about historical events in the everyday lives of pioneers on the eastern plains of Colorado. They tell of Indian battles, crimes, murders, hangings, and other adventures. These true tales are taken chiefly from old-time newspaper accounts.
GREGORY W. HILL
East of Denver Mixing pathos and humor in equal measure, Gregory Hill’s East of Denver is an unflinching novel of rural America, a poignant, darkly funny tale about a father and son finding their way together as their home and livelihood inexorably disappear.