Byron Browne is a writer and teacher living in Austin, Texas, with his wife, Angie. He has written on subjects as various as the bullfights in Spain to the viticulture industry in West Texas.
About Spanish Missions of Texas:
Ten-year-old Tara and her seven-year-old brother Adam were disappointed to discover that they were going to Big Bend National Park in West Texas, instead of the Big Ben Clock Tower in London, England for their Spring Break trip. They soon discovered that Big Bend was a great place, and they had fun earning their Junior Ranger badge.
John M. Manguso graduated from the University of Florida with a master of arts degree in US history. He retired from the Army after 28 years of active and reserve service, including a tour of duty in Vietnam. He retired in 2011 after 33 years as director of the Fort Sam Houston Museum. This is his fourth book about the armed forces in the San Antonio area.
About The Quadrangle:
Lee Wedlake is a world-renowned American martial artist and the respected author of numerous books on the art of American Kenpo. An aviator and keen historian, Lee is on staff at The Alamo in Texas, where he was recognized as Outstanding Volunteer for 2016. Whisper From The Alamo is Lee’s first fiction work.