Posts Tagged: Louis L’Amour

Do We Have Something Better to Do With Our Time Than Worry About the Aliens?

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I receive an email letter each week from a prominent Christian ministry with whom I generally agree.  (I say generally even though, to date, I can’t think of a specific stance of theirs I disagreed with—though I have not read every issue assiduously so there may have been other points with which I would have… Read more »

Third “Edward & Marianne” Book is Out!

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Edward Garrett finds himself washed up on the shore of a foreign land, shipwrecked! As he tries to find his way home, he becomes involved with The People, a friendly—but reserved—people who live along the coast and are being harassed by brigands from the mountains known as the Brazee. Thinking that Marcus has brought him… Read more »

“In the tradition of … “

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I’ve come up with a good ad line for my next novel … “A futuristic fantasy in the tradition of Louis L’Amour!” The people who have read it so far–those wonderful free proof-readers without whom I could not publish–think this is a great idea. You see, the novel is set ten thousand years in the… Read more »

King Louis L’Amour

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When a Louis L’Amour character walks down a street, you get the sense that—if you were suddenly placed on that street yourself—you’d know where to go because he’s already laid it out so well for you. That trail through the mountains? You could find it from his directions. L’Amour wrote about how, in preparation for… Read more »

Louis L’Amour

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Ornithologists tell us that the reason flamingos are pink is because they eat so much shrimp. Likewise, if any of my writing seems similar to Louis L’Amour’s, it’s not so much out of a conscious effort but just because I have ingested so much of his work (having read every one of his works many… Read more »