Betsy

Betsy meeting Sam Elliot at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

 

Best of Books has announced a multiple author signing for authors vehoae, Betsy Randolph and Wayne Harris-Wyrick. The signing will take place from 1-2:30 p.m.  Saturday, July 27.

Author vehoae will sign copies of her books, “Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia” and “Pahutchae’s Pouch.” After a career with the USDA that began in her hometown of Washington, D.C., vehoae retired and now lives in Oklahoma. She has continued her decades-long research, writing, and speaking, with a deep interest in non-revisionist history and primary documents. Her non-fiction work, “Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia,” was published in 2011 by 4RV Publishing.

Randolph will sign copies of her books, “Tokens of the Liars,” :Tokens of the Lonely,” “Tokens of the Lost,” “The Elbow,” and “The Invisible People and The Secret of the Dead Albino.” Randolph holds degrees in journalism, horticulture, organizational leadership, and an MFA in creative writing. She served 12 years in the U.S. Army Reserves as an MP and a drill sergeant. During the same time, she was employed by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety as a police officer, police sergeant, and state trooper. Betsy is currently a Lieutenant with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. She is married with two grown children and two grandchildren. She and her husband live in Guthrie.

Harris-Wyrick will sign copies of his books, “If You Swallow That Seed …,” “Why Am I Me?,” “Kimmy Finds Her Key,” “Joy and Mary Save Christmas,” and “Why Does That Star Follow Me?” After 40 years as the director and staff of a planetarium, Wayne Harris-Wyrick retired to become a full-time children’s book author, and later joined the staff of 4RV Publishing as the Non-Fiction and Tweens and Teens Imprints editor. Wayne has been writing a monthly astronomy column for the Oklahoman since 1984, and has published a dozen astronomy and science fiction articles or short stories in various national publications. Wayne also offers editing services to novice authors.  

Please call 405-340-9202 if you would like to reserve signed copies of books after the event.

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