Denver-Based Author, Speaker & Freelance Writer

Corinne enjoys speaking to book clubs, historical societies, genealogy groups, horse clubs, students and women’s groups.Her topics include Scots in the American West, Crypto-Jews, Cowboy Culture, Writing Historical Fiction and more. Questions? Please inquire by sending her a quick email

We’re proud to introduce you to Loose Cayuse Productions, a new publishing entity by Corinne Joy Brown and illustrator Ginny McDonald. Our 2020 titles include Finding Home  & Awesome Arts Activities.

As a multi-award winning, published author, she is currently working on her eighth book. Her current focus is on Middle Grade readers. She is hopefully about to release the sequel to her first novel, “MacGregor’s Lantern.” Look for “MacGregor’s Return” in 2021.

Since, 2015, Corinne  has been the editor-in chief of “HaLapid,” the semi-annual magazine of the Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies, a secular, academic organization committed to the study of the forcefully converted Iberian Jews of the Middle Ages and their global descendants.

Book Titles From Corinne Joy Brown

“Finding Home” By Corinne Joy Brown

“Finding Home” By Corinne Joy Brown

Finding Home

For every girl or boy who owns a horse, or wished they did, “Finding Home” brings all the drama and beauty of America’s wild horses to the middle grade reader. A coming-of-age story and a tale about friendship, trust and understanding, both horse and owner have powerful lessons to learn.

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“Why Not Them?” By Lloyd Lewisas told to Corinne J. Brown

“Why Not Them?” By Lloyd Lewisas told to Corinne J. Brown

“Why Not Them?”

When Lloyd Lewis learned that his fourth child was born with Down Syndrome, he never doubted that his little boy would grow into a fine human being with all the love and opportunities every child has a right to. If he couldn’t change young Kennedy’s condition, he would change the world Kennedy was born into.

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MacGregor’s Lantern” By Corinne Joy Brown

MacGregor’s Lantern” By Corinne Joy Brown

MacGregor’s Lantern

For every girl or boy who owns a horse, or wished they did, “Finding Home” brings all the drama and beauty of America’s wild horses to the middle grade reader. A coming-of-age story and a tale about friendship, trust and understanding, both horse and owner have powerful lessons to learn.

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Corinne with James Holmes from the Cherokee ranch and Castle Foundation