Those of you who have “All the Time in Our World” will recognize the name “Overstreet”. That was Marianne’s maiden name. This July, I will be releasing my western novel about John Overstreet, the founder of the family Marianne briefly recalls. It’s not really a time travel novel unless you’re of the opinion (like me)… Read more »
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Check out the preliminary cover art for the western novel I’ve been telling you about: Pretty cool, huh?
Reading over “Overstreet” in preparation for releasing it this summer was a lot of fun. (Hope it will be for all you readers, too!) I’ve been writing, re-writing, abandoning, picking back up, starting over, re-writing the start-over, ad nauseum for thirty years … at least. So going back through the story this time was a… Read more »
I’m working on the final read-through of my novel “Overstreet”. It’s the story of a young man who kills a powerful man in self-defense and must flee to protect his friends from the family of the deceased. Unfortunately, the trouble follows him. “Overstreet” is my tribute to Louis L’Amour. I didn’t specifically try to channel… Read more »
“Rumors? What rumors?” Claud shrugged and told him, “About two years ago-right after I first came into the country and was working for a mine up there at Divide-what we called the town around the hotel since it never really had a name of its own-this old prospector showed up. I was at the bar… Read more »
A reader recently pointed out that some Overstreets appear in “The Nice Guy” and wondered what that meant in the larger context of my writing. While I decide whether to answer that question , let me give a brief explanation of who the Overstreets are and why two elderly people in an RV park would… Read more »