Author to sign books at Old Faithful Inn. She's been writing up her experiences with science and wildflowers.

Yellowstone Treasures Newsletter

from Granite Peak Publications

August 2014

Here's the latest about the Yellowstone Treasures guidebook, graced with a photo of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone taken from Inspiration Point. You're getting this very occasional e-newsletter because you asked for information, bought books from our website, or we know you personally and think you would enjoy receiving update e-mails. Feel free to forward it to anyone you know who might be interested. To unsubscribe, see the link at the end of this letter.

Author news

If you or someone you know are going to be in Yellowstone on August 10, be sure to stop by the lobby of the Old Faithful Inn! Janet will be signing copies of both her books, the guidebook Yellowstone Treasures, updated fourth edition (2013) and the 1883 travelog Yellowstone, Land of Wonders: Promenade in North America's National Park (2013), which she cotranslated with Suzanne Cane from the French. You can find her signing books from 11 am to 5 pm. Janet looks forward to meeting her readers.

What's new on the website

In recent months we have added an interesting two-part article called Yellowstone Park and the Quest for the Origin of Life, Part 1 and Part 2 to the Nuggets page. Janet got the chance to interview microbiologist Dr. Eric Boyd, and wants to share all she's learned about thermophile research in Yellowstone and elsewhere from him and other sources. Also, she's been writing on her blog about her June wildflower class with the Yellowstone Institute in Countdown to my Yellowstone wildflower trip and Wildflowers galore! Most recently we've been serializing her memoirs of her experiences from 1939 to 1942 in a five-part series called Janet celebrates her 75th anniversary in the park.

Guidebook news

The ebook versions of Yellowstone Treasures received accolades for digital publishing excellence from eLit. See Time to crow a bit: Yellowstone Treasures wins two awards! for more. The guidebook comes in EPUB, PDF, Nook, and Kindle formats.

Janet welcomes your comments or travel questions via our contact form on the website or by replying to this newsletter. Contact Beth, the editor and now publisher, with guidebook- or website-related questions.

Best wishes,
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