Posts Tagged: western

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 »

Overstreet … Coming in July!

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My epic western novel, “Overstreet” hits the shelves* in July! I’m really looking forward to hearing what you think of this novel. It’s a serious western novel, exploring not just one event in the life of someone from the old west, but following that life, and the life of a western town, to the very… Read more »

Como

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If you’re driving the highway north out of Fairplay, making your way to Bailey (or, more likely, Denver) you probably won’t even notice it. There’s a little green highway sign that says “Como” that doesn’t even give the elevation or the population or anything and off to the west there’s a small conglomeration of old… Read more »

Overstreet

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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 »