Herb McCutchen - Checotah

Col. Jeffords is a retired veteran, raised in Stillwater, where her parents taught her to be proud of her mixed heritage of Chickamauga Cherokee, O'gah'pah, and Danish descent. She writes children's books with a focus on coping skills.

Catherine has inspired countless audiences with her messages of hope, help and the power of Biblical truth, creating an ever-increasing demand for her wit, wisdom, and wisecracking delivery.

Lee Henry - Eufaula

Tammy Hinton - Canadian

Naomi is a retired schoolteacher, with over 30 years of experience, teaching English, Spanish, and World History. After retirement, she joined a writer's group, where she was encouraged to publish the poems that she had been writing for years.

Nita hated the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" She does so many things. She has written 3 books on quilting. She is also a member of Toastmasters and gives speeches and presentations. But mostly, she just enjoys being a mom and now a grandma.

Raised in Checotah, Herb has been all over the nation as a member of the US Army. He was a rancher for over 30 years, before he began his writing career. He is the author of 4 books.

Bouziden has spoken and held writing workshops throughout the southwest for the Taos Institute of Art, Southwest Writers, National Association of Women Writers, Oklahoma Writers' Federation, and others.

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She planned to attend law school in Chicago, when her plans changed unexpectedly after she met and married Ladd Drummond. They live on a cattle ranch, and home school their children. She has written cookbooks, children's books and blogs about their lives on the ranch.

Romney is a Creativity Coach, art teacher, artist, and author. She writes the popular advice column, "Ask a Creativity Coach," for ART FOCUS OKLAHOMA MAGAZINE. Since the publication of her book, SECRETS FROM A CREATIVITY COACH, she's become the "go-to" speaker on the subject of creativity and productivity.

Sharon Ervin - McAlester

Brian Renegar, DVM - McAlester

Dan retired from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections with over 30 years of correctional experience. He has written 2 books, Caged Wisdom: Learning to See Through the Bars and On the Other Side of the Bars. 

Dr. McCoy has enjoyed caring for a wide range of patients of all ages.  He has had an active pediatric practice, caring for many newborns through the years.  He recently co-authored a novel, A Rainbow in the Dark, based on the early life of his professor who encouraged him to go to medical school.

Naomi Tomlinson - Holdenville

Donna Kates - Stigler

Dr. Wade McCoy - Bethany

Deborah Bouziden - Edmond

Judy has been a newspaper contributing writer for The Wewoka, The Holdenville Tribune, and The Hughes County Times. She has had magazine articles published in Rodeo News, Outdoor Oklahoma, Good Old Days, andThe Ketchpen.

Romney Nesbitt - Tulsa

Brian is a native Oklahoman who opened his Veterinary Practice in McAlester in 1978. His practice employs 2 or more veterinarians, 1 registered vet technician plus 4 more office personnel and assistants. The practice is for large and small animals plus exotics.

Oklahoma Today provides its readers the best of Oklahoma's people, places, travel, culture, food, and outdoors in an attractive and engaging publication that enhances the Oklahoma experience.

Catherine Zoller - Tulsa

Ree Drummond - Pawhuska

Most cookbooks have recipes that are too involved and detailed for the busy homemaker.  Using the knowledge that I have gained from two degrees in home economics, many of my recipes use five or fewer ingredients.

Nita Beshear - Stuart

Judy Goodspeed -

Oklahoma City

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Raised as part of an Air Force family, Tammy has lived all over the country. After one visit to Lake Eufaula, she chose Oklahoma as her final destination. Unbridled has won several awards.

Col. Stephanie Jeffords - Dustin

Oklahoma Today -

Oklahoma City

"I write novels mostly for and about women, although some men like them, too. Critics say I write good dialogue. That's because I eavesdrop. A lot. America's heartland is richly blessed with fictional characters."

Dan Reynolds - Eufaula