Presenting the Laramie Hall of Fame of Western and American fiction! Also why we named them the Laramie Book Awards along with interesting facts about Laramie, Wyoming, and its historical icons. An interesting read that also honors the Laramie Book Awards winners!
LIVING WHERE the RABBITS DANCE (Choestoe Book 2) by J.R. Collins – American Western Fiction, Native American Literature, Coming of Age Fiction
Powerful and magical, two young heroes face more than they bargained for in Collins' second book in the Choestoe series. Recommended.
A FEMALE DOCTOR in the CIVIL WAR by Richard Alan – US Historical Fiction, Civil War Fiction, Female Doctors Civil War
Any soldier in the Civil War would be lucky to have Dr. Abbey Kaplan as their surgeon. Fascinating storytelling. Recommended.
BLOOD MOON: A Captive’s Tale by Ruth Hull Chatlien – Native American Literature, U.S. Historical Fiction, Western Fiction
A nail-biting, uniquely American historical adventure you won’t want to miss! Recommended.
WISSAHICKON SOULS: A Wissahickon Creek Story (Vol. 1) by PJ Devlin – U.S. Historical Fiction, African American Fiction, African American Romance
Set in the early 19th century when trains are new and steamboats rule, here is a story of racism, slavery, and the chance two souls have to change their world.
The BOY WHO DANCED WITH RABBITS by J. R. Collins – U.S. Historical Fiction, Romantic Action/Adventure, Family Saga
A vivid tale of a time and place when the country was new to some and home to others. Taken from original source materials, this story is both heartwarming and heartbreaking.