Edward Sumerau in Augusta, Georgia's METRO SPIRIT reviews a volume. It begins
"AUGUSTA, GA - In a well-crafted narrative, Don Blevins offers a view of the determination and diversity found in the historical roots of Texas in his "A Priest, a Prostitute, and Some Other Early Texans." Tracing the lives of fourteen individuals, Blevins breathes life into the mists of time by displaying the intricate details found in the various lives of the early residents of the state.
A member of the Texas Historical Association and the Writers League of Texas, Don Blevins is a powerful voice in the field of historical research. With a master's degree in Southwestern Studies from Texas State University, he is the author of "Peculiar, Uncertain, and Two Egg: From Angels to Hellcats" and "Texas Towns: From Abner to Zipperlandville." Living in San Marcos, Texas, he has published a number of works in various magazines, and has gained a reputation for spirited narratives built upon impeccable research."