Award-winning novelist Gordon L. Rottman produced yet another page-turning adventure yarn. RIDE HARDER is the sequel to THE HARDEST RIDE, a USA Today bestseller, for which Rottman won the Western Fictioneers Peacemaker Award for Best Western Novel 2014. He was also honored as a Western Writers of America Spur Award Finalist for Best Traditional Western Novel for 2013.
Ride Harder follows cowpuncher Bud Eugen and his resourceful fiancée, Marta, as they […]
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— A Promise Broken, A Promise Kept — Vicky J. Rose grew up a small central Texas town listening to stories about gunfighters, outlaws, buried treasure, and Indians. So it made sense to write about them. And she did.
In the sixth grade, she wrote a play about Jesse and Frank James. The desire to write pushed her to complete a couple of novels in her twenties that, by her own […]
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Sherry Monahan says during her term as the new president of Western Writers Association (WWA), she wants to expand membership and heighten awareness among those who write and read about the American West.
Sherry has been writing about the West since the publication of her first book, Taste of Tombstone (1997).
For the past several years, her passion for food and history resulted in a magazine column – “Frontier […]
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JORY SHERMAN embraced a simple mantra over his lifetime: Never miss a sunrise or a sunset.
Jory died this past weekend. In his passing, he left us all a gift. A gift of words that filled hundreds of books and hundreds of short stories.
But the journey wasn’t only about words.
During his prolific journey through the literary hall of fame, Jory took time to touch others with his inspiration. And, his kindness.
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