Author Rex A. Ewing
Rex Ewing’s diverse interests have led him from Colorado to Costa Rica to Alaska and back again. Along the way he’s worked cattle and horses, mined gold, and formulated equine nutritional supplements. His eclectic formal education has provided him with a good background in science and philosophy, and these are the subjects his mind naturally seeks out when given free rein. He is presently busy illuminating the voids that lie beyond the reach of science in his Novus Veritas essays and upcoming book series.
Rex is a nationally known non-fiction writer who loves a challenge, especially when he feels a need to give a fresh perspective on a subject, be it horse nutrition, or solar, wind, and hydrogen energy. Or something learned at the school of hard knocks, like handcrafting a log home far from the nearest power line. Power With Nature, 3rd edition is his latest renewable energy book for homeowners.
His novels include Winds of Purgatory, a thought-provoking story set in a remote Colorado mountain town. There science and the supernatural collide in a life-or-death struggle to either bring oil—a long-lost, wickedly destroyed commodity—back to the world, or banish it forever.
He currently lives at the end of a bad dirt road in the Colorado Rockies with his wife LaVonne and two dogs. There he writes from a hand-hewn log cabin powered by the sun and wind.
Non-Fiction Books by Rex Ewing
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High-Country Harmony Near Telluride
If you are lucky enough to spend the night in Scott and Tess Van Wagner’s 1,500 square-foot, solar-powered log cabin hideaway in the Colorado Rockies near Telluride, you might wake up to the enchanting melodies of mountain bluebirds, courting just outside the upstairs guest bedroom. […]
Life as a Watt Farmer
Most of us in most places hardly ever give a moment’s thought to electricity. At least not most of the time. We don’t wonder how many pounds of coal has to be fed into the glowing maw of a distant power plant to bake a […]
Plugged Into the Colorado Sun & Wind
To hear Carole Brannon tell it, you’d think her life had become a fairytale. With a contagious smile that beams with pride, she begins her story 11 years ago, when she and her husband, Glenn, first set eyes on their remote 3.8 acre parcel of […]