Connie is the program director of public radio station KSJE FM in Farmington New Mexico, where she hosts a classical music and arts news show called Roving with the Arts, and a book show entitled Write On Four Corners. Along with "Snap Me a Future", she penned the award-winning youth novels "Belle’s Star" and "Belle’s Trial." Written from a dog’s point of view, the books empower children aged eight to twelve to make good choices and practice self discipline. The character of Belle is based on the personality of Kiri, a dog that shared Connie’s life for 16 years before passing over the rainbow bridge.
Connie Gotsch lives in Farmington, New Mexico with a blue heeler cross named Miribelle.
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Snap Me a Future
Mesa Times reporter Shelby McCoy stumbles upon a freshly looted and vandalized Indian ruins and begins an investigation to put a stop to this outrage, but angers a powerful local politician who tries to stop her by threatening to kill her lover, museum curator Benjamin Keith.
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