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Barbara is not just a writer, but is teacher and an avid American and family history buff. She has volunteered, with several of her forty-one grand-children, as a docent at This is the Place Heritage Park (a living history museum) where Elizabeth and the Potato Dolly was photographed. Qualifying as a member of both DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and DUP (Daughters of the Utah Pioneers), Barbara’s own early American ancestry goes deep.
Barbara has lived the rural and city life in several states from Emery, Utah to Washington D.C. She has also lived in France, the Dominican Republic and Chile. Her degrees from BYU and Westminster College qualify her to teach young children.
Now, it is back to rural. Barbara and her husband Don are currently building a retirement cabin in the mining ghost town of Mammoth, Utah.
Barbara S. Fallick
Don Fallick’s literary career spans more than half a century. Educated at Occidental College with a degree in English, Don has been Managing Editor of Utah Adventure Magazine and Contributing Editor of Backwoods Home Magazine. He has written and edited hundreds of magazine articles and several books, both fiction and non-fiction. His latest project is providing editorial assistance to writers. He does the first chapter for free and will negotiate for the rest of the book.
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