Riding the White Horse Home is a quiet memoir about family and community. Each critical member of Teresa Jordan's family is covered in separate chapters. She deals with each character in her life with love, even when noting their faults. Even though the memoir is about life on a Wyoming ranch and the changes in ranching life, there are many truths that anyone can relate to. The writing is wonderfully simple and engaging.
Debbie Glade reviews an inspiring book about women pioneers of the 19th century. This book will make you think twice before complaining about your lot in life. Women of the Frontier: 16 Tales of Trailblazing Homesteaders, Entrepreneurs, and Rabble-Rousers (19.95, Chicago Review Press, Ages 12 and up) by Brandon Marie Miller. http://wp.me/p1Qy0V-4px
What is it about ghost towns that so intrigues us? Award-winning photographer Tom Till and author Teresa Jordan have collaborated in creating a book that captures the mysterious essence that draws all of us to ghost towns.Where did the people come from who inhabited these ghost towns? How did they get there? Shooting hundreds of ghost towns from New Mexico to Alaska and California to South Dakota. This portfolio includes some of the finest images of ghost towns ever done.