Browsing: Texas Talent

Texas Talent
0 Texas Talent: Arthur Latin, II

Every few years, my husband knocks a home run with gift-giving. This past Christmas was one of those times. He took me to see Harry Connick, Jr. perform live in Las Vegas. Connick is one of my favorite performers and, because of his TV show and other involvements…

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0 Texas Talent: Elizabeth Crook

Elizabeth Crook has lived in Washington, DC and even Australia, but she is “rooted in Texas,” having lived in San Marcos, Nacogdoches, and now Austin. She’s written five novels, all of which are set in Texas or the west, and she won the…

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0 Texas Talent: Jerry Bennett

Jerry Bennett doesn’t spend a lot of time discussing his career in business. Thankfully, he does spend a lot of time talking about his art—or, more accurately, his diverse artistic endeavors. These endeavors include painting, music, and wood sculpture, the latter of which has been…

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0 Texas Talent: Jeff Abbott

With 19 published novels, a dozen short stories published in anthologies, and a major television project in the works, Jeff Abbott is one of Texas’ most prolific…

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1 Texas Talent: Pam Markham

DELIGHTFUL. MASTERFUL. CHARMING. These three words describe both the works and the artist, Pam Markham—wife, mother, REALTOR, painter and pastelist. Pam and her husband Jeff …

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0 Texas Talent: Meg Gardiner

Meg Gardiner is known for her best-selling novels. They have been published in 20 languages, making her known across the globe. That’s appropriate, because she’s something of a citizen of the world: she was born in Oklahoma, a member of the Chickasaw Nation; she grew up in…

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