By Tammy Hinton
SARAH BRYCE CANNON… struggles to conform to society’s definition of the proper wife and mother. When she can no longer watch her children suffer, she listens to her inner voice. A woman in a man’s world, she is not to be denied.
Tammy Hinton's cadence makes for a smooth, marvelous read. Add her passion for these ancestors, and UNBRIDLED becomes a terrific book. ––Sharon Ervin, Author
UNBRIDLED tells of Sarah Conner’s struggle against overwhelming odds to build a life for her children and herself in Indian Territory . All hell rises to hinder the brave mother’s goal, and hunger, loneliness, and drought are just the beginning. I loved it. --Jackie King, Author.
Published by Roots & Branches
Available here from: Amazon.com
Author Tammy Hinton compares her many changes of address to that of a wandering gypsy. She and her husband/proof reader, Herb, chose a picturesque lake in Oklahoma as their final destination.
Tammy earned a Bachelor of Science in Education-Composite Social Sciences from Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota . While there she received the Wenona Cook Scholarship Award presented by Friends of the Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies for her academic achievement.
You can find Tammy at www.tammyhinton.com