A Ranchwife's Slant, Cowboys, Kids, and Ranch Life

Amy Kirk (Author) Linda M. Hasselstrom (Foreword by)
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Description

In A Ranchwife's Slant humor columnist and speaker Amy Kirk candidly profiles the big things in life in small but humorous ways: marriage, parenting, the gender gap, and problem solving, all under the premise of living and working with cattle. Kirk doesn't candy-coat what family life is like with cows and openly shares the good, the bad, and the crazy of her family's lifestyle along with the steady challenges that are part of the gig. She gives an entertaining perspective of what it's like being a ranch wife raising a family and livestock alongside her husband Art. In Kirk's first anthology of previously published humor columns, she covers topics that husbands, wives, men, women, and parents can all relate to with vignettes of her family and ranch life in rural western South Dakota. Included are Kirk ranch photos and direct quotes from her personal collection of her kids' comical witticisms. More about Amy, her published writing, and her speaking engagements can be found on her blog at: www.amykirk.com. You can also visit her Facebook page A Ranchwife's Slant or her Twitter handle, @RanchwifesSlant

Product Details

Price
$23.94
Publisher
Spinning Sevens Press
Publish Date
November 25, 2013
Pages
210
Dimensions
5.98 X 0.48 X 9.02 inches | 0.69 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780984585069
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About the Author

Linda M. Hasselstrom is an award-winning poet and writer of the High Plains whose work is rooted in the arid landscape of her southwestern South Dakota ranch; she holds degrees from the University of South Dakota and University of Missouri. Author of seventeen books of nonfiction and poetry, she has conducted hundreds of readings, workshops, talks and lectures about writing and publishing for audiences ranging from elementary students to senior citizens. She is the resident writer and instructor at Windbreak House, established as a retreat in 1996.