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Reviewers Give Praise to June Reynolds’ Literary Montage of Desert Life in Southwestern U.S.

June Reynolds may have been born and raised in Oregon, but her ten years spent in Arizona have inspired her to write an impressive book series on desert life in the Southwestern U.S. Recently, reviews have come in, commending the colorful history retold in “Desert Report.” For fans of either the Old West or just this particular corner of America, it’s a certified must-read.

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“With Reynolds’ imaginative writing, the past easily overlays the present.” – BlueInk Review

June Reynolds is an author with a prolific pen that has written almost any type of literature there is. She’s written poems and prose as well as bits of history that not many people know.

In particular, she’s taken a particular liking to writing about life in and around Arizona. While she was born and raised in Oregon, she fell in love with a Desert Rat from Arizona and now has spent 10 years down in the southern part of the U.S.

Throughout that time, her pen has never stopped, and she also became quite enamored by the culture, history, and environment that contrasted so much with her Oregon girl upbringing.

All of these eventually culminated in her Desert series. It’s a three-part series that combines poetry, fiction, and historical accounts about the American Southwest.

Her third book, “Desert Report,” has already garnered a good deal of praise, with BlueInk Review stating that Reynolds’ is “skilled at projecting a sense of place and the mystique of the old West, and for this reason, “Desert Report” may appeal to tourists and collectors of Arizona memorabilia, if not to general readers.”

In her previous two books, Reynolds put the focus more squarely on the folk tales, culture, and cowboy mythos of the Old West. Yet in “Desert Report,” she shifts the focus to the transition from the past to the future as she covers more contemporary events. These include border crossings, the opening of a solar farm, and even the biography of American impressionist and popular Old West artist Ted DeGrazia.

Get a copy of “Desert Report” by June A. Reynolds on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and ReadersMagnet Bookstore. To check out the author’s work and her scenic photographs of various parts of Arizona, visit her website

“Desert Report”
Author: June A. Reynolds
Published date: February 10, 2023
Publisher: ReadersMagnet LLC
Genre: Memoir

Author’s Biography

June Reynolds is an Oregon girl who married an Arizona boy. The contrast of two worlds are immense and yet both states have many things in common.

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