About my books:
So far, I’ve published 3 books, but plenty more are on the way!
My first book, Unexpected Texas, is a travel guide to offbeat and overlooked places within easy reach of the Dallas – Fort Worth region of North Texas.
Unexpected Texas has remained a best seller on Amazon for Dallas – Fort Worth Travel since its release in March of 2014!
In April of 2015, Unexpected Texas won First Place for Adult Non-Fiction at the North Texas Book Festival. (Click here for more: Unexpected Texas)
My second book, Paranormal Texas, is another offbeat travel guide. In this book, I take readers on a tour of allegedly haunted places near Dallas and Fort Worth.
Like my first book, Paranormal Texas has also remained a top seller for Dallas – Forth Worth Travel since its release! (Click here for more: Paranormal Texas),
My third book, The Lynching of the Santa Claus Bank Robber is a strange-but-true tale of Texas history.
And *spoiler alert* Santa Claus gets lynched at the end, but there is so much more strange-but-true history involved in this story! For instance, my research uncovered some startling information that is left out of the official record of this event: a mysterious blonde woman who may have gotten away with murder!
In April of 2016, The Lynching of the Santa Claus Bank Robber won Second Place for Adult Non-Fiction at the North Texas Book Festival. (Click here for more about The Lynching of Santa Claus)
I have several other books in progress, including one entitledMessages from the Dead: A Guide to Cemetery Symbols. Since my book research often takes me to historic graveyards, I found myself wondering what all the different symbols meant. I looked for a field giude to cemetery symbols, and was surprised to find that there isn’t one out there! So I have been researching cemetery symbolism for the past several years, and I hope to released this book by the spring of 2017.
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I also give talks:
Do you need a dynamic speaker for your next event? I am an inquisitive world traveler who loves sharing with audiences in an informative and lighthearted way.
For booking information and to see what topics I offer, click this link: Tui Snider booking inquiries.
To see where I’m speaking next, visit this link: Speaking Engagements, Author Appearances & Interviews.
And take photos:
I am an avid iPhone photographer who’s work has been featured on Coast to Coast AM, Sky Europe, Fox News, easyJet and more. In addition to being the Writer & Photographer in Residence for the 2016 Langdon Review Weekend, I had my first photography show, as well.
Wild Woman Waking: Author Morgan Dragonwillow uses 57 of my photos to help illustrate the emotional journey she takes readers on with her poetry collection entitled Wild Woman Waking. (Click here for more about Wild Woman Waking)
And write blog posts:
I truly believe that travel is a mindset and that even home is a travel destination! So, whether I’m at home or on the road, I share photo essays about the offbeat and overlooked places that I find along the way.
My book research takes me to historic graveyards, so I often write blog posts about the meaning of cemetery symbols as well as the interesting history that I encounter.
Creativity is a journey in itself, so I also share posts about writing, as well as reviews of hotels, restaurants and live performances.
How to contact me:
Email Tui Snider:
The quickest way to reach me is an email sent to TuiSnider at gmail.com
Social Media Links:
I am highly active on social media and can be found all over the web. Feel free to connect with me on the following sites, and anywhere else you bump into me online:
Latest posts by Tui Snider (see all)
- Understanding Cemetery Symbols: What does a lotus flower represent? #cemetery #history #GraveHour - 04/13/2018
- Scraped Graveyards – a Southern Tradition? Understanding Cemetery Symbols #history #GraveHour - 04/12/2018
- Understanding Cemetery Symbols: What is the Hebrew version of RIP? #cemetery #history #GraveHour - 04/11/2018