If you like Dan Jenkins' book "Herb's Cafe", then you're bound to enjoy "Baja Oklahoma" as well. Set in the same Ft. Worth cafe, fourty-something Juanita Hutchins served drinks to the patrons, and can cuss and 'politically-commentate' with the best of them. With aspirations of making it big as a singer-songwriter, Juanita tends bar, worries about her hypochondriac mother, her daughter-gone-bad, her loser boyfriend, and continues writing mediocre songs through the misery of hot flashes. Finally, she hits on the perfect, original, heartfelt song, a tribute to her beloved home state of Texas.
Author Dan Jenkins has written best-selling novels, non-fiction, and newspaper and magazine articles. A native of Ft. Worth and a TCU graduate, he was a nationally acclaimed senior writer for Sports Illustrated. Dan currently writes for Golf Digest and is an official historian for the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame.