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A young Native American boy is taken from his home after tragedy strikes, grows up in middle America, and through his first real adult summer searches for Wyoming artifacts and attempts single-handedly to solve the mystery behind the murder of his treasured coworker.
What happens when a climber is lost at Windy Corner on Denali. Notorious for bad weather, Denali has claimed the lives, fingers, and toes of many climbers. Part of the Sastrugi Press Adventure Series.
Editor: Lori Howe
Blood, Water, Wind, & Stone is a celebration of Wyoming and Wyoming writers. Experience the state through the vision of dozens of poets, nonfiction, and fiction writers.
Available summer 2018
Cache Creek: A Natural Treasure in Jackson Hole’s Backyard celebrates the wonders of nature in a way that is informative yet whimsical, a reference and keepsake for residents and tourists alike.
Aaron Linsdau attempts to become the first American to ski to the South Pole and back alone. This real-life account of what occurred on this word record expedition will chill and thrill all audiences. Delve into the mind of an explorer and learn what it takes to survive three months alone.
The poems of Cloudshade breathe with the vivid, fragrant essence of life in every season on America’s high plains. Extraordinarily relatable, the poems of Cloudshade swing wide a door to life in the West, both for lovers of poetry and for those who don’t normally read poems.
From climbing Everest to being arrested for BASE jumping El Capitan, Randall Peeters shares his successes and failures. He provides readers with guidelines on how to create a vision for their lives. Peeters is the quintessential rocket scientist turned adventurer.
With clarity and intensity, Lavino’s photographs express longing for the natural world and hope for its future. These beautiful black and white images are timeless, yet decidedly modern. He has an unconventional intellect and off-beat perspective that will transfix and delight readers.
Jackson Hole is home to some of the most iconic landscapes in North America. Experience nature’s emotions through Grover Ratliff’s eyes. Readers will enjoy the stories, commentary, and photographs. View the Rocky Mountains with an entertaining and artistic perspective.
While on vacation, journalist Beau Larson encounters a blind man high on a forest bluff. This leads him to a brewing war between conservationists and the timber industry, resulting in a mysterious murder.
This book is about the gold hunters who loved to the wastelands of Death Valley. Harder reveals prospector stories of the high hills and deep canyons, including an encounter with Charles Manson. It is about their last days in an era lost forever.
In Voices at Twilight: A Poet’s Guide to Wyoming Ghost Towns, author Lori Howe invites the reader into the in-between world of past and present in this collection of poems, historical essays, and photographs, all as hauntingly beautiful and austere as the Wyoming landscape they portray.
In A Small Pile of Feathers: The Collected Poems of Gerry Spence, Gerry Spence offers readers the chance to take a walk through the nine decades of his extraordinary life. He takes them on an emotional journey that connects, calms, and inspires readers. Spence gives hope to those lost in the winter storms of life.
The North Carolina Total Eclipse Guide has everything you need to know about watching the 2017 total eclipse. The North Carolina edition gives ideas for watching, experiencing, and photographing the total eclipse.
The South Carolina Total Eclipse Guide has locations and photography information for watching the 2017 total eclipse. The South Carolina guide has location ideas for viewing, experiencing, and photographing the total eclipse.
The Missouri Total Eclipse Guide has everything you need to know about watching the 2017 total eclipse. The Missouri guide has location ideas for viewing, experiencing, and photographing the total eclipse.
The Nebraska Total Eclipse Guide has all the information you need to watch the 2017 total eclipse. The Nebraska guide ideas for photographing, enjoying, viewing the total eclipse.
The Kentucky Total Eclipse Guide has everything you need to know about watching the 2017 total eclipse. The Kentucky guide has location ideas for viewing, experiencing, and photographing the total eclipse.
The Tennesee Total Eclipse Guide has everything you need to know about watching the 2017 total eclipse. The Tennesee guide provides locations and photography ideas for viewing the total eclipse.
The Oregon Total Eclipse Guide has everything you need to know about watching the 2017 total eclipse. The Oregon edition gives ideas for watching, experiencing, and photographing the total eclipse.
Learn about viewing, photographing, and experiencing the 2017 total eclipse in Idaho. The Idaho Total Eclipse Guide tells you everything you need to know about this major event.
Find out everything you need to know about the 2017 eclipse in Wyoming with the Wyoming Total Eclipse Guide. Staying safe, viewing locations, and where to stay are all covered in this commemorative guidebook.
Sastrugi Press books are crafted to bring the best in entertainment and education to the reading public. As a traditional publisher, we print all of our books. In most cases, we also publish ebooks to support the growing eReader market.
Alphabetical by Title
- Along the Sylvan Trail
- Antarctic Tears
- Blood, Water, Wind, and Stone
- Crimson Road
- Is It True?
- Jackson Hole Eclipse Guide
- Journeys to the Edge
- Lost at Windy Corner
- Prevailing Westerlies
- Roaming the Wild
- Sands of Time
- A Small Pile of Feathers
- Sleeping Dogs Don’t Lie
- So I Said
- The Blind Man’s Story
- These Canyons Are Full of Ghosts
- Treasure Hunt
- Voices at Twilight
Print and eReader Books
Some of our most popular titles are not available in eReader format. This is because not all eReaders support color (such as the Kindle Paperwhite). Also, to provide the best quality, the file size for photography books is far too large for distribution.
All current nonfiction Sastrugi Press books are available in eReader format. This means you can enjoy the exploits of these writers as your leisure. As the world of publishing changes, some question the value of printed books.
Fiction is the killer app for eReaders. In the last few years, digital fiction sales have overtaken print. Does that mean fiction print books are dead? Far from. Book store owners repeatedly tell us their customers continue to demand print books. Paper remains a popular and enjoyable reading media.
Shipping Sastrugi Press books around the world
We ship Sastrugi Press books all around the world, from Singapore to Japan to France. Our company values both our readers and our writers. There is a great deal of work that goes into delivering a quality book to the general reading audience. It is through this time and effort that we strive to bring you the best value. We want to entertain and educate you.
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