I was recently back in Anahuac for a book event at the Chambers County Library. There were three other local authors there and we had a great time with a knowledgeable audience. I am honored that the library book club is reading Morgan’s Point this month
I feel strongly about an author’s responsibility to support library organizations. The Chambers County Library System is doing a great job in supporting their citizens with a modern library and a knowledgeable staff. Sue Hawthorne worked tirelessly to organize the book event.
It was great to get back to Fort Anahuac State Park and fantasize about days of yore when the Mexican Army Fort ruled Trinity Bay and William B. Travis practiced law in Anahuac. Texas revolutionary history had its beginnings at this site on 1832. The trip to Anahuac is not easy, but I recommend it. The annual Gator festival is a spring event that brings in large crowds. I hope to be there this spring.