Teresa Cutler Broyles
Teresa Cutler-Broyles began writing professionally in 1992 with articles in print publications such as Western Horseman. The story of One Eyed Jack sprang from her experiences working with a one-eyed horse she bought from a ranch in Colorado, and from a life with horses of all kinds.
She writes and publishes often in both print and online venues, in genres that range from travel essays to fiction, and from ancient archaeology to history and art. Links to some of her more recent publications can be found on her website, as well as a link to her small book of travel essays titled A Dream that Keeps Returning. Between writing her doctoral dissertation and watching Doctor Who and Game of Thrones, she works on Books 2 and 3 in the Jack series, a number of academic publications, and a novel set in 1570 Italy titled Monsters Fall.
Teresa has a Master’s Degree in Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, and is a PhD candidate in American Cultural Studies with a focus on American / Middle East involvement, Film Studies and Performance Studies. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, in the heart of the American Southwest where she teaches Film and American Cultural Studies classes at the University of New Mexico. Through her small company TLC Cultural Writing Tours she organizes and successfully runs writing workshops in Italy and Turkey; this allows her to travel as often as her family – husband Robin, step-children Marshall, Kenny and Leslie, and dogs Emma and Mavis – will allow her to be gone.
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One Eyed Jack
by Teresa Cutler Broyles
When 12-year old Lauren Miller buys a young Thoroughbred hunter/jumper on impulse to save him from being put down, she has no idea just what’s in store for her and her first horse. Jack, a bright red sorrel, has lost his right eye in a tragic accident, and Lauren is determined to help him adjust and then enter him in the Trail class at the end-of-summer show.
Will Jack rise to the task?
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