In the spring of 1847, with the end of the Mexican-American War in sight, many people in the New Mexico territory struggle to adapt to American rule. The newly acquired territory brings many challenges and an uncertain stability to the already divided America.
I began writing several years ago after hearing a song that inspired me. Being a student in American history I wanted to share a story of the final formations of the American territories.
I had a good idea of how Pariahs of War series would go as the story continued over several volumes. However, I am as interested as anyone who enjoyed volume one to see where volume two leads the characters as they fight for peace, love, and family...
After completing Domingo the first volume of Pariahs of War. It was time to read the final manuscript. This was an exciting moment and working with The Pro Book Editor team was amazing!
Part One: Domingo
Now that volume one has been released there is no higher honor for a writer than someone taking time to read their book. I hope you enjoy the ride down this path in time with our old friend Domingo.
Born in Guadalajara 1808, Son of Devi and Malena Montoya.
Born in San Juan Lagos 1814. Daughter of Antonio and Maria Salinas.
Chiricahua Apache Chief -Date of birth-Unknown
Born 1798 Saltillo Mexico. Husband of Rosa Sanchez.
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