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Help Us Tell the Texas Story: Become a Member!

Help Us Tell the Texas Story: Become a Member!

by Caroline Boden Houston is a city that is filled with fascinating stories and storytellers. Bright Sky is unique in its ability to support these storytellers with personal attention, reliable service, and an understanding of the nuances of their messages. By publishing these local histories, memoirs and stories, we ensure […]

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Back to the Books

Back to the Books

by Caroline Boden It’s officially that time again. The time at the end of August where parents’ excitement grows and their child’s, well maybe not so much. It’s back to school! Grab the packs of pencils and new notebooks from your local Back to School aisle and start ordering some […]

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Home to History

Home to History

by Caroline Boden Over 180 years of culture, pride and history have been built into the city of Houston. Why do people choose this city? And why do they stay? Nicknamed the “Bayou City,” “Space City,” “H-Town,” and “the 713,” Houston has become a global city, known for its culture, […]

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Fresh from the Press

Fresh from the Press

by Hannah Lacy McKeon With spring finally here, there has been much excitement around the Bright Sky office. We are gearing up to release two new editions to our catalog that we know will brighten your shelves. Ganny Says: Ganny Says by Chris Bridge provides a delightful look at Barbara […]

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Reflecting on Hurricane Harvey

Reflecting on Hurricane Harvey

By Reagan Williamson, intern    Here in Houston, we have watched the world rally. The national news plays a continuous anthem, and it is the words “destruction”, “obliteration”, and “disaster” on a loop. It is difficult for my mom to understand that I, a lowly college student, could somehow be untouched amidst […]

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Everything’s Bigger in Texas – Especially the Food!

Everything’s Bigger in Texas – Especially the Food!

By Cody Durain, intern    As a native Texan, my favorite thing about this big beautiful state is the sheer amount of diversity we encounter every day. When cultures collide, they create something beautiful (TexMex being a prime example of this). You might have guessed, but food is one of my favorite […]

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