4 new books with an Oklahoma connection
A memoir, a collection of columns, paranormal mystery and more are among this month's pageturners.
“Just Thinkin’: An Inaugural Collection of Columns 2013-2017”
by Hal Shearon McBride Jr.
Born and raised in Oklahoma, University of Tulsa graduate McBride provides a collection of his weekly columns printed in the Stigler (Oklahoma) News Sentinel, covering content from politics to sports.
“An Invincible Spirit”
by Don Fulk as signed to Janet Allen
Deafened, then paralyzed, at a young age, Tulsan Fulk tells of his own triumphs and tribulations and his fight to empower others with disabilities.
“In the Woods”
by Carrie Jones and Steven E. Wedel
Jones and lifelong Oklahoman Wedel unfold a story through the perspectives of Chrystal and Logan, who join forces with Chrystal’s paranormal-chasing dad on the hunt for a deadly presence in Oklahoma’s woods.
by Serena Reed
Okmulgee native Reed shares a short testimony based on true events of a woman’s life filled with obstacles and the God-given strength to overcome them.