Book Club Blogs Ask author Jan Reid your questions about Let the People In!


When I read a book, especially one about an interesting figure like Ann Richards, I always wish I could have a conversation with the author and ask them all of the questions I have swimming around in my head after finishing the book….

Lucky for us, we get to do just that Wednesday, May 29th!!!!  Your chance to ask Jan Reid your questions, give him your comments, and discuss anything and everything Ann Richards is one week away!

Post the interview questions you would like Jan Reid to answer in the comments section below by Friday, May 24th.  Let us know about any other expectations (ideas, suggestions, etc.) you have for the Live Web Chat as well!

Jan Reid will be coming to you LIVE from the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum next Wednesday, May 29th at 8:00 pm, and you will be able to interact with him then, but we want to make sure you get your questions answered, so post them now!

Click here to go to the interview page and set an email reminder for yourself so you don’t miss this wonderful event!!

There is still time to finish the book, but if you want to make sure Jan Reid answers your questions, post them below in the comments section.

Let’s hear what the first online book group devoted to Texas History has to say about Let the People In.

5 Responses to “Ask author Jan Reid your questions about Let the People In!”

  1. evelyn boswell

    do you think there was one compelling reason richards was not elected for a second term?

  2. Jim Bones

    Hi Jan,

    Speculation is dangerous, but do you think that if Ann was governor today she would be an environmentally aware and sage leader, putting the breaks on the insane wildfracking going on that threatens to leave large parts of Texas without drinkable water? Or would she have to cave in to petro boys or face gridlock?

    Also, what do you think she might do about the Dobie Paisano Ranch trespass and destruction. It is state property. Would she bring he hammer down on the evildoers in a public way? Hope to see you before too long. Looking forward to tomorrow night. That is one mighty fine book. Well done. Sincerely, Jim Bones

  3. Bookgroup Facilitator

    Thank you for the wonderful questions! I’m anxious to hear what Jan Reid has to say tomorrow night!

  4. cindy leins

    In your view, what is Ms Richards most enduring political legacy?


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