If you’ve got a history buff Dad or Granddad, or you don’t yet have OKLAHOMANS 2—the TULSA WORLD’S #4-best-selling non-fiction book in Oklahoma—please join John this Saturday at Barnes & Noble Woodland Plaza
Friends, try to swing by the Woodland Plaza Barnes & Noble in Tulsa this Saturday between 1 and 4, hang out for a bit, eat some of those ooey, gooey, FREE Barnes & Noble cookies, and visit. If you have someone who’d like OKLAHOMANS 2 (or OK 1), which the TULSA WORLD currently ranks as the state’s #4-best-selling non-fiction book, John will sign them, but no pressure on that, we’d just love to see you.
Dr. Bob Blackburn, Oklahoma’s greatest historian and longtime Exec. Director of the Oklahoma Historical Society, called OKLAHOMANS 2 “Lyrical, inspiring, rare,” and declared:
“There has never been a history of Oklahoma written like what John Dwyer has done. In 100 years, there will be historians looking back on what he has accomplished.”
OKLAHOMANS 2 tells the epic saga of post-statehood Oklahoma, right up through the 2020s! Through 600 pages and 800 action-packed illustrations, you’ll feel the scalding flames of Greenwood…choke on the Dust Bowl… liberate Dachau with the Thunderbirds…order a Coke from a lunch counter that won’t serve you…brave the Pacific in search of freedom from Communism…feel the world shake as the Murrah Building collapses around you…shield your students with your body as an F-5 blows down your school on you and them…love and defend your Patriot state and country in the 2020s as others hate and seek to destroy them both.
If you have not seen it yet, check out the stirring OK 2 video trailer:
Scenes from some of John’s many past book signings at Barnes & Noble Woodland Plaza.
Many thanks to Atwoods Ranch and Home, a farm and ranch supply company based in Enid, Oklahoma, for their support of the Red River Institute of History and OKLAHOMA GOLD! Please support them as you are able! Wherever you are, you can order online from thousands of quality products on their terrific website HERE. Atwoods also has 66 stores in 5 states: Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. In addition to farm and ranch supplies, Atwoods stores sell clothing, lawn and garden items, tools, hardware, automotive supplies, sporting goods, pet supplies, firearms, and seasonal items.