The new Facebook group is a place for you to pick and then discuss books with Colorado and Western authors, themes, settings, ideas or characters.
"Mad Boy" follows the insane quest of 10-year-old Henry Phipps after a cow falls through a roof and kills his mother.
The ship is the only U.S. naval vessel held captive by a foreign government, and remains a powerful propaganda tool for North Korea.
Fort Collins author Todd Mitchell sees a trend of young fiction books that combine realistic environmental problems with “narratives of hope and agency.”
In her new book "The Nature Fix," journalist Florence Williams documents scientists' quest to understand how being outdoors affects our health.
Set against the backdrop of an oil bust, "The Optimistic Decade," is about the loss of idealism.
Journalist Brantley Hargrove recently wrote a book about Coloradan Tim Samaras, a legend among storm chasers.
"Just Elliot' tells the story of a young boy with autism as a way for more typical kids to understand how it feels.
The latest adventure for Nick Petrie's ex-Marine Peter Ash rolls from the mountains to downtown Denver.
A new book by Kenneth Jessen explores how the state went from wild wild west to a civilized society.