Kayt C. Peck lived the ranch life as a child and young adult and knows the smell, feel, hardships and gratifications of life on the range. The hard-work and determination needed to survive on a Texas farm and ranch helped her as she began a life-long career as a writer that has included working as a journalist, a public-affairs officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve, and as a grants expert writing applications raising over $30 million for worthy domestic and even international organizations.
Her essential courage aided her as a founding board member of OUTstanding Amarillo, the LGBTQ+ organization serving the Texas Panhandle and formed at a time when being openly gay involved a real and present danger.
She has published two other novels, one biography, and written a number of plays, including being a two time awardee in the Rocky Mountain Voices play competition. She has authored and published numerous articles, short-stories and poems. Today, she lives quietly in her cabin home in the mountains of northeastern New Mexico.
Read her blog post, Truth in Fiction.