Join us for the Casper Art Walk!
We will be having a book signing with two local authors for the Art Walk from 4-8PM, be sure to stop by.
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The editor, Doug Cooper, is a fourth-generation rancher here in Casper, Wyoming.
"I thought these letters needed to be preserved and started out with the idea of simply transcribing them but was soon overpowered by the story of a unique time and place that emerged. As working ranches today are rapidly disappearing into ranchettes, subdivisions and becoming the playthings of the rich, I see what has been lost in my lifetime. It makes these voices from the past ever more precious."
Casey found that reading and sharing books built a spark that has been ignited for years. She started writing her ideas at night by the bedside lamp. In 2011, she finally decided it was a good time to start on her new creative outlet.
Casey has a Master's degree in Elementary Education from Montana State University. She was a preschool teacher in a child development center for several years and then she had two boys and decided to stay home. The boy's nap time allowed her the start to a rewarding career as a children's author. The best part: spending time with her boys and being able to create new children stories.