Red River Literary Times is dedicated to showcasing authors and books surrounding Red River cities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. Cities around Red River area have a rich and unique history such that fiction, romance, non-fiction, mystery, sports, culture, politics and history books can be shared for generations to come with stories yet to be discovered.
Just to give you a little background on Red River,also called Red River of the South, is one of the largest rivers in southern USA. It flows southeast across Texas and Louisiana to a point northwest of Baton Rouge, where it enters the Atchafalaya River, which flows south to Atchafalaya Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
The Red River is 1,290 miles (2,080 km) long; for about half this distance, it serves as the Texas-Oklahoma boundary. Its principal tributaries are the North Fork of the Red, the Kiamichi, Little, Black (Ouachita), Pease, Sulphur, Wichita, and Washita rivers and Bodcau and Cypress bayous.
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Discovering Author’s & New Books
Twas the Night Before Bayou Classic
More Seemingly Strange and Unusual Tales (Volume 2)
by Tiffany Pennywell, D. L. Holmes (Contributor)
Spicy cuisine and quality of life are a flavorful blend of the many cultures that have migrated up and down Louisiana’s rivers and bayous. Festivals, Mardi Gras krewes, street dances, riverfront concerts, and...
A delightful collection of pumpkin recipes to make pumpkin pies, casseroles, muffins, pumpkin breads, bread pudding, cookies, even a recipe for pumpkin waffles plus more! Also included is a collection of recipes for...