- Joice Overton has published six books to date, with one having gone to second edition in 2003. The first three books were published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. and are non-fiction covering the subjects of Cowboys and Native Americans. Joices’ first books have been inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas.
Joice lives and writes from a small horse ranch in Eastern Oregon, where she has raised a family and built a home alongside the Columbia River.
Joice has been interviewed by local TV stations and Radio stations, and she has done book signings at Barnes and Nobles, Hamleys of Pendleton, and others.
Choosing her own favorite subject, ‘Historical Native American’ as the setting, her first novel The Spirit Taker, is coming soon from Vanilla Heart Publishing. The Spirit Taker is an historical romance with an 1880 setting that begins in Lynchburg, VA, just following the Civil War and concludes in the Bear Paw Mountains of Montana Territory.
Joice has also had multiple short articles published by The New England Antique Journal, Cowboys and Indians, The West Coast Peddler, CIM Magazine, and other magazines. She was also a staff writer for Leanin’ Tree Publicationsand She also has her own autobiography published by xlibris, title:EENOUGH TO LET YOU GO available at Amazon.com
- "Courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway." john wayne
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