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Jessie Cox Author Ray Corngrower Saga & Trail of Blood on Ice Trilogy

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Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

I Like Pie

I have posted this before, but it seems to have vanished. Hope that you enjoy it. JC It was a different time and place in the Oklahoma of my youth. Instead of Special Taxes and Levees when a...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

The Arizona Dry

Some time ago I lived near Paulden, Arizona which is north of Prescott. I lived in a mobile home park called Sunset Lake (or something like that) The big surprise is there had not been a lak...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

The Joy (?) of calf riding

In my sixth summer my cousin Raymond and his older brother Ronnie introduced me to calf riding. We’d sneak into the rodeo grounds and while two would chase the calves used in the roping cont...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

Techno-dinosaur at your service.

Yup. That’s me! The Techno-dinosaur. Though perhaps it is a derogatory term to some. In a way I take pride in it. When I run into a computer glitch I try working it out, but am never succesf...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

Just remembering my Alaska days

Once I was running a metal detector up the banks of an unnamed stream looking for the yellow iron. It was a beautiful day. The sky was a robin’s egg blue, the breeze was warm and birds flitt...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

Excerpt from “Round Mountain: Book Two of the Trail of Blood on Ice Trilogy”

From the work in progress, “Round Mountain: Book Two of the Trail of Blood on Ice Trilogy” Private Glen Johnson watched the retreat from the shallow ditch he was using as concealment. The Ch...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

The House in Banes Meadow in audio

Though this has been brought up before. I just signed a contract with a narrator to put my entire set of books on audio. The first will be The House in Banes Meadow. I’ll let you know when i...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

Have you ever thought about writing a story?

My first presented story was when my teacher read my one page short to the fourth grade. It could have been about fishing, ghosts, swimming in the creek or one of many other exciting subject...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

Happy Camp, CA

Back in the day Happy Camp was a gold mining boomtown. Though illegal now, they used what is called “Hydraulic Mining process”. This was using water canons to wash entire hills into huge slu...
Jessie Cox · 1Y ago

About my eighth Book

First off I’d like to thank my readers. You are helping me in my vision to keep the Native American myths alive. Thank you to all, but especially Elizabeth (my publicist) for getting my name...