Goliad County Historical Commission will be putting on Miss Ruby’s Corral, A Gathering of Texas Authors, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Mustang Cantina Courtyard in Goliad. This is a part of Christmas in Goliad.

There will be 12 authors attending. Their genres include history, fiction, children’s books and poetry. All are from Texas, and some are from Goliad.

Authors will be available for book purchases and signings.

Authors in attendance will be: Chuck Parsons: “Ben Thompson: Portrait of a Gunfighter,” “John B. Armstrong: Texas Ranger and Pioneer Ranchman,” “The Sutton-Taylor Feud: The Deadliest Blood Feud in Texas History,” Texas Author’s Association: Short Stories by Texas Authors Vol 1-4 and the Texas Student Short Story Vol 1; Kathleen Shields: “Hamilton Troll Cookbook” and “Ghost Dogs”; Joe Gallegos: The Book of Joe Series; Joe Lopez: “Preserving Early Texas History (Essays of an Eighth Generation South Texan”; Louise O’Connor: “Crying For Daylight Vol. 2, Papa’s Tales” and “Wild Rose: The Life and Times of Victor Marion Rose, Poet and Early Historian of Texas”; Myra Hargrave McIlvain: “Texas Tales, Stories that Shaped a Landscape and a People,” “The Doctor’s Wife,” “Stein House”; Celia Hayes: “Luna City” “ Lucky Seven”; SaDonna Rogers: “Dust in The Wind,” ”Still,” “Too Much Heaven,” “Please Don’t Go”; Lisa Compton: “Seven Seconds”; Bob Doerr: “Greed Can Kill”; and K. Wendt: “Emu’s Journey” and “Beneath It All”.

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