The Art of Candle Dipping

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A short story based on an actual incident in the 1880s in North Texas, when Comanches threatened a family. The mother was dipping candles and used hot wax to protect her children. More
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About Judy Alter

My books have won awards from the Texas Institute of Letters, Western Writers of America, and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Museum (it may have a more generic name today). In 2005 I received the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Achievement from Western Writers of America, Inc. In 1989 I was named an Outstanding Woman of Fort Worth and also named one of 100 women who have left their mark on Texas, by Dallas Morning News. Recently retired after twenty-two years as director of TCU Press, I am a member of the Texas Institute of Letters, Sisters in Crime, and the Guppie chapter.
Most important things I’ve ever done: being a mother and grandmother. My home is in Fort Worth, Texas

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Joddog reviewed on April 2, 2011

Good story. Felt a bit unfinished, but worth the read.
(review of free book)
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