Some tales have the charm of a scary story told around the camp fire while others cause an in-drawn breath of horror. De Aragon weaves historical fact into the narrative while calling attention to ritual and celebration based on a deep belief in the spiritual, the unexplained and the unknowable.
Ray John de Aragón is a writer who uses careful research and stories to bring life to New Mexico’s deep and wide history, whether he is delving into fiction, writing nonfiction, or creating a melding of the two.
James Blackshear is an educator who shares his knowledge beyond the classroom through the books he writes about Southwest history.
Prairie Madness – Conspiracy at Fort UnionAuthor: Edwina RomeroPublisher: Random Horse PressCost: Paperback $18.81, Kindle e-book, $3.99Available at: Amazon Edwina Romero is the author of three books about Las Vegas, N.M. history. Prairie Madness – Conspiracy at Fort Union is her first novel. For… Continue Reading “Prairie Madness”
Haunted Santa Fe It’s that time of year when ghosties, goblins and ghouls come out of the woodwork. Literally according to Haunted Santa Fe, a historical overview of legends and lore born of real people living real lives, and then in the afterlife returning… Continue Reading “Book Review”