One man alone facing powerful business military, and governmental adversaries … global conspiracies planned and carried out by sinister, shadowy characters … a series of endless double-crosses.
These are the core plot devices of a Robert Ludlum novel.
His page-turning stories usually revolved around the themes of political and economic domination.
During his writing career of three decades, Ludlum wrote more than twenty-three novels.
“AUTHOR ROBERT LUDLUM”
—SHE WRITES STORIES THAT NEED TELLING—
Julia Robb defines her passion for writing as inevitable rather than a conscious decision.
“We become what we are,” she says. “And, it’s a tragedy when we don’t trust ourselves and follow our destiny.”
Julia admits that scenes often flash into her mind that she can’t make go away until she writes them.
“I write because I love it because I’m passionate about it […]
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Gordon Rottman’s venture into fiction proved successful when his debut novel, The Hardest Ride, captured Western Fictioneers’ award for Best Western Novel.
It was also nominated for WF’s Best First Western Novel. His second novel, Tears of the River, a coming-of-age story of self-discovery, was published this month. The Hardest Ride was also nominated as a 2014 finalist in the Best Western Traditonal Novel category of Western Writers of America.
Currently, he’s working […]
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Trouble at Timber Ridge is Kevin Crisp’s first novel, which debuted in December, and tells the story of a cowboy struggling with his personal demons.
He enjoys western fiction because such stories immortalize the pioneer spirit. He stands in awe of the courage, tenacity, and sacrifices involved those who participated in the nation’s Westward expansion.
Kevin said he has always loved writing –“as far back as I can remember.” He has written short […]
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