High Plains Book Awards
“You Haven’t Changed a Bit”
Blythe Woolston’s newest novel, “Black Helicopters,” asks a seemingly simple question: What makes a terrorist? As she demonstrates, the answer is anything but simple. Frightening and revelatory, the novel explores the complexities of a young terrorist’s motivations.
“Leaving Mr. Humphries”
“Songs of Willow Frost”
”Shooting Arrows & Slinging Mud: Custer, The Press, and The Little Big Horn”
“North Dakota Unforgettable”
Nominations for the eighth annual High Plains Book Awards open Wednesday and will be accepted through March 14.
Emily M. Danforth was a double winner in the High Plains Book Awards Saturday night, taking top honors in the young adult and woman writer categories.
Winners of the 2013 High Plains Book Awards will be announced Saturday at a 6 p.m. banquet at Yellowstone Art Museum.
Women have been writing about the West for about as long as men have, author Emily Danforth says.
Even though chef and author Christy Rost’s book is a finalist in the culinary category of the High Plains Book Awards, her writing isn’t limited to food.
"Celebrating Home: A Handbook for Gracious Living"
“Food For the Gods”
“Notes From the Journey Westward”
"Wagons East" by Victoria Taylor, a finalist in the High Plains Book Awards nonfiction category, details the author’s journey across a large swathe of western Canada.
"Let Them Paddle"
“The Round House”