Posts Tagged: westerns

Why the Western?

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My latest novel (please purchase it here) is a western. To date, I have written four westerns*, three already published. What is attractive about the western? Without going into a lot of, or any, argument about what exactly constitutes a western, I think it’s the same thing that attracts readers and writers to any period… Read more »

Need a Read for Kindle or Nook?

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Did you receive a Kindle or Nook for Christmas—or just thinking about buying one for yourself? Now you’re looking to stock up on some excellent reading, right? Some words to carry you through these cold days of winter and into the new year. Look no further! (Or, buy all that’s available here, then feel free… 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 »

Overstreet Cover (first look)

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Here’s a little bit of what the graphic artist is working on as concerns the cover for “Overstreet”: There’s a lot more to come, but hopefully this will give you a little wet to your appetite. Which lettering do you like best?