Aug 16

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 4: Goal

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! Read on and discover more about Harris’ writing world…

 

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Ok, I get it. The most obvious goal is write your book, have it published by a major New York publisher (after receiving a huge advance, negotiated by your prestigious, world-renowned agent), and watch it race up the New York Times best-seller list while the awards and reviews roll in. However, it’s possible, just possible, that you should have a fallback goal(s) in case some of that doesn’t happen until your second, or maybe even your third, book.

I am a huge fan of establishing goals. I wrote a business book, “RoadMap: A Guide to a Successful Strategic Marketing Plan,” and the centerpiece of the book is establishing goals. And there are two keys to a successful goal: they have to be measurable and have a timetable. For us, as writers, that takes what is usually a challenging task (at least in the business world) and simplifies it.

How many words? By when?

Every writer sees their writing time differently. Do you break yours down by month, week or day (the three most common, with daily goals being the most common)? Let’s take a look at an easy example.

You decide to write a novel (as compared to a short story or novella) and set 50,000 words (pretty standard for a Western) as your goal. It’s your first, so you generously allow yourself a year to write it. I’ll give you two weeks off over the holidays, so you have 50 weeks.

50,000 words, 50 weeks — you simply have to write 1,000 words per week. Voila!

It doesn’t seem so hard when you look at like that, right? Now, there are plenty of other way to look at goals. Some writers base their goals on writing a certain number of hours per day (or week, or month), word count be damned. Some set a daily (or weekly, or monthly) word goal, hours be damned. If this is your first attempt, you may want to dive into it, see how long it takes to bang out the first few thousand words (noticing that it gets easier after you’ve written the first few chapters) before setting hard goals.

For some, setting goals may be counter to what they’re trying to do. They may simply want to write when they feel like it, and if it takes a month or five years to write the book, it doesn’t matter. If that’s the case, don’t burden the project — or yourself — by adding goals. Just write and enjoy.

Certainly, there are other goals that need to be established that are important and related to publishing (if that is your goal) your book: an outline, research, finding a publisher, cover art, editing, proofing, etc. You’ll have plenty of goals as you go through the process (and we’ll do it together), but for now, let’s focus on when your book will be written.

I wish you good writing, and if you have a question, or something you’d like to share, send me an email at Scott@scottharriswest.com.

Thank you, enjoy and keep writing!

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The latest adventure from one of the most exciting Western authors of today! This is “Mojave Massacre” from Scott Harris! A sure-fire reader pleaser!

Brock, Sophie and Huck are still living with the Havasupai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. But their lives are threatened by the murderous and vengeful Paiute, and Brock and Huck, seeing no alternative, race one hundred miles to a small trading outpost, hoping to buy the rifles that will give them a chance against the much larger Paiute forces.

They stumble across four slaughtered Hopi Indians, track down the murderers, and find help in very unexpected places from friends – new and old.

The final battle is brutal, bloody and decisive.

Mojave Massacre is the exciting second book in the new Grand Canyon trilogy and the fifth book in the best-selling Brock Clemons Western series, following the tremendously successful Dry Springs trilogy. Click here to download your copy of this exciting new book!

Aug 14

Western Hitmaker GP Hutchinson Talks About Books, The Western Genre And His Success!

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GP Hutchinson, a member of Western Writers of America, fell in love with the Old West decades ago–the gritty reality of the era, the daunting yet breathtaking scope and scale of the land, and the colorful (if somewhat fanciful) tales of heroes and heroines who overcame the odds. Texas was his home for a few years, and subsequent visits to states throughout the West have only served to deepen his enthusiasm for the region and his appreciation of its people.

In 2015 he published his first Western novel, Strong Convictions, which won him the Western Fictioneers Peacemaker Award for Best First Western of that year, as well as a National Indie Excellence Award. Strong Suspicions, the second volume in the Emmett Strong Western series, garnered a Gold Medal in the 2016 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards.

Regarding Strong Convictions, Classic Western film star Alex Cord wrote, “GP Hutchinson has the gift to tell a compelling tale, enlighten you without preaching and keep you on the edge of your seat. He takes you on unexpected trails populated by flesh and blood characters of depth and substance.”

A graduate of Louisiana State University and Dallas Theological Seminary, Hutchinson has lived in Costa Rica and Spain. He currently resides in upstate South Carolina with his wife, Carolyn. Besides writing, he enjoys spending time in the mountains and horseback riding whenever the opportunity arises.

Visit his website at gphutchinson.com where you can sign up for e-mail updates and be the first to hear about new releases.

 

THE NEW GP HUTCHINSON HIT! HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT

 

Looking for a fresh new angle on stories of the Old West? I believe I’ve got just the thing for you, and it’s coming in late August 2018. My latest novel, Cimarron Jack’s Real Wild West, includes many familiar elements from classic-style Westerns–cattle drives, conflicts between lawmen and outlaws, range wars, etc. But I’ve taken these elements and approached them from a perspective rarely presented in Western novels.

Synopsis…

Cimarron Jack Wheatley is just wrapping up a tremendously successful first tour with his very own highly acclaimed “Real Wild West Extravaganza” when his show is stricken by a rapid succession of oddly coincidental setbacks–injuries, formerly satisfied troupe members suddenly quitting, and then a catastrophic train wreck. It soon becomes apparent that someone intends to ruin the business that Jack has invested his entire life into–and end his life, as well. Now, everything that Cimarron Jack is supposed to represent as a symbol of Wild West heroism in the show, he is called upon to actually be in the deadly reality of chasing down answers and outlaws.

Don’t Miss It…

There’s plenty of rip-roaring Wild West action in this upcoming new novel. I’ve had you, the reader, in mind as I’ve written every page of it. The novel features engaging new Western characters and plenty of fictional drama, adventure, and romance set on an historically accurate stage.

Look for the book in paperback and eBook editions on Amazon in late August!

 

 

Aug 13

You’d Be A Fool To Ignore The Three Month Sales Rule

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Change. It’s a strange thing, isn’t it?

I was talking with someone over the weekend who is currently going through a destructive divorce. “There was a song,” he said, “where the lyric was something liketrue love takes a little longer.’ What they don’t tell you in these songs is how quickly things can end. One minute you’re visiting the Tower of London, and the next minute you’re fighting over who gets the couch! Why can’t things stay fresh?

He’s right. You can be married in March and divorced in May in these turbulent days. Even if it is true love, even if it’s your one and only, the sheen can wear off and leave one of those married partners feeling lost, lonely and ready to throw in the towel.

It’s sad… and yet, here I am supposed to be talking about books. Western books. How does this relate? Well… think about it. You and your book have a special relationship—you both spend a lot of time together, you are in love with each other. The book is released and finds love from other readers, and the moment comes that you’ve been dreaming of—the book goes into the charts. That true love is blooming and blossoming in ways you never dreamed of… but then something happens. It starts to fall apart. The book starts dropping off the charts. It’s been read by the majority of the readership, and it’s starting to lose ground. Readers have found other loves.

You still love your book, but readers have moved on to other books. They’ve discovered other book friends to indulge. Now, some authors can get discouraged at this point. They lose confidence and feel downtrodden, like a jilted lover. It seems that the good times will never come back.

However, some authors know that the time a book will be highly popular is finite, so they have a new book already in motion, ready to strike as soon as their current release starts dropping. WHAM! They release that new one. WHAM! It hits the chart. WHAM! Readers keep reading and the love keeps pumping!

And we call this the “three-month rule.” All good things have to end—don’t they? We all would love books to keep selling forever, but that’s not likely in this world of constant change. That’s why many writers have something new ready to go when that sheen wears off their current release, and readers start moving to new books and fancies. Sticking to the three-month rule means that readers don’t have to wait long for something new from you—and each time is like the first time. The love stays brand spanking new.

“Only a fool ignores the three-month rule,” is a common mantra. You had a good thing, but all those good things have to end, don’t they? You have to play the game until you win. Just keep the three-month rule in mind, and have a new release ready to roll. If you can keep your good things going, then the good times will never end.

So, keep it in your mind that a book has a three-month run as a major seller, and have something new ready to come out towards the middle or end of that three-month run. What you’ll find is that those readers will keep coming back—and not just that. Continued success will keep bringing new readers in to read your previous books. That’s the power of the catalog—a whole different discussion. Perhaps I’ll do a blog about ‘catalog’ next. I rather enjoy talking about the book business.

So, keep in mind, if you currently have a book on the charts, you may want to consider working on that all-important follow-up. The three-month rule will serve you well if you listen to it. You’ll likely have a run of hits.

You can always contact me via the contact form below. I’d love to hear from you and hear your thoughts about the three-month rule. Hell, I’m currently on a reading binge, so send me a link to your book, too—I’d love to give it a try.

 

Aug 10

“The Call Of Coyote Canyon” Features Stories Inspired By Western Hitmaker Scott Harris And Will Be Released Soon!

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting stories inspired by his writing. A series of writers will write stories inspired by this great author. “The Call of Coyote Canyon” will be available soon… and you’ll love it!

 

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Aug 09

Western “Six Bullets To Sundown: Volume 14” Will Be Heading To Market Soon!

The latest book in the popular “Six Bullets to Sundown” series will be heading to market very soon. This great new volume will feature fantastic new western stories from Scott Harris, Mike Abbott, ‘Big’ Jim Williams, David Watts, M. Allen and former U.S. Ambassador Charles Ray.

This will be #14 in the series!

“I think this one will really show readers what western authors are capable of,” foreward writer Douglas R. Cobb said. “It’s got all the ingredients that make a really successful western collection.”

 

Have You Read Volume Thirteen?

 

Action, adventure, danger and love come at a high cost on the range. With gun in hand, a bounty hunter can make a name for himself, a sheriff can keep law and order, and a rancher can hold onto his property. With gun in hand, a man must make his mark in the wilderness of Western America…

These are the stories of pioneers, lawmen, bounty hunters and outlaws. These are tales of the Old West written by some of the most popular Western authors of today—six brands of steel from Michael Haden, Jim Burnett, M. Allen, Scott Harris, Michael D. Abbott and Robert Andrews. Six electrifying, intense, action-packed Western stories that will keep you riding, shootin’ and hunting down the outlaw in your neighborhood.

With the thirteenth volume of “Six Bullets to Sundown,” you will find that the West has never been more alive. Now ride, cowboy, and be a part of how the West was won!

Other titles by these Western authors are also available.

Aug 07

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 3: Short Story, Novella or Novel?

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! Read on and discover more about Harris’ writing world…

 

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As I write this series of blogs, I am making three assumptions about the you, the reader. Granted, assumptions are often dangerous, so please forgive me if I’m off. First, you’re interested in writing and the process in and around writing. Second, you want to write fiction. While writing nonfiction (which many of you have done) shares many of the traits of writing fiction, it is still quite different. I have written and published a few nonfiction books, including Western-based books, but will be focusing on fiction in this series. Third, you want to write Westerns. None of these three are requirements for joining us on this shared journey — I just wanted you to know who I am primarily writing for.

That being said, one of the first things you have to determine is what you want to write: a short story, a novella, or a full-blown novel? In general, a short story ranges from 2,000 words on up to 7,500 words, though some extend the definition of a short story to 10,000 words. Novellas pick up where short stories leave off and range up to 40,000 or even 50,000 words, again, depending on who’s counting. Novels are the third rung on the ladder and range from 40,000 to 50,000 words on up to when you run out of things to say.

Most Western novels are in the 40,000 to 60,000 word range, but there certainly is no upper limit, unless and until you run out of story. Larry McMurtry’s “Lonesome Dove” (perhaps my all-time favorite Western novel), ran upwards of 360,000 words, and left me hungry for more.

This would be an excellent point to sit back and put some thought to the story(ies) you want to tell.

Is it a short, powerful idea that lends itself to a short story, a vignette if you will? Can you see it developing into something with a little more depth where a bit more length will benefit the story and the reader? If so, a novella might be the right answer for you. Or is there enough meat in your idea for a full-blown novel? If so, settle in, because you have a lot of work to do.

NOTE – I have found that a hammock, a cigar and a glass of good bourbon do wonders for helping me think, and even if I don’t come up with a great idea, or solve a problem with my story, I’ve enjoyed the process.

I wish you good writing, and if you have a question or something you’d like to share, send me an email at Scott@scottharriswest.com.

Thank you, enjoy and keep writing!

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The latest adventure from one of the most exciting Western authors of today! This is “Mojave Massacre” from Scott Harris! A sure-fire reader pleaser!

Brock, Sophie and Huck are still living with the Havasupai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. But their lives are threatened by the murderous and vengeful Paiute, and Brock and Huck, seeing no alternative, race one hundred miles to a small trading outpost, hoping to buy the rifles that will give them a chance against the much larger Paiute forces.

They stumble across four slaughtered Hopi Indians, track down the murderers, and find help in very unexpected places from friends – new and old.

The final battle is brutal, bloody and decisive.

Mojave Massacre is the exciting second book in the new Grand Canyon trilogy and the fifth book in the best-selling Brock Clemons Western series, following the tremendously successful Dry Springs trilogy. Click here to download your copy of this exciting new book!

 

Aug 03

REBLOG: Forum Featuring Juliette Douglas: An Interview With A Hit Western Writer!

Isn’t it wonderful that so many authors are being recognized? Recognized as writers of great western fiction. Thanks has to be given to Scott Harris, a great western seller himself, for putting together interviews with many of the latest, and greatest names in the genre. I think Harris is becoming the Alan Lomax of the western genre. This new interview is with Juliette Douglas. Her latest hit “Pocketful of Stars” is currently riding it’s way up the bestseller charts! You can also read the original interview by clicking here.

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When — and why — did you first fall in love with Westerns?

I loved Westerns as a kid, then fell away from them. Picked back up watching and reading when I began writing them.

Who are your three favorite Western writers?

Hum … I think honestly for me there is only one. Louis L’Amour.

Which Western do you wish you’d written?

None of them. I know that’s weird, but I like my own unique style of writing and telling stories that are different from the countless other Westerns out there.

What is the most recent Western you’ve read?

“Yukon Wind” by Michael D. Abbott

The “Desert Island” question. What is your favorite Western book?

Don’t think I could pinpoint just one.

What are your three favorite Western movies?

My favorites are:

“The Rare Breed” when they first introduced the Hereford to American cattlemen. Though, if you go back in time, it was Henry Clay of Kentucky who first brought that breed to the young United States. Back before 1834. And, to this day, you can still buy descendants of his original stock from his estate here in Kentucky.

I also loved “Centennial.”

Of the books you’ve written, which is your favorite — and why?

That’s a tough one for me to answer. The “Freckled Venom” series was my first set of books. I loved how the characters developed and continued with each novel. I loved writing “Perfume Powder & Lead: Holy Sisters” because of the absurd idea of soiled doves masquerading as nuns to rob a bank. It has a lot of comedy in it, and I got to revisit old characters from the “Freckled Venom” series in that one. I wrote a mail-order bride book, but again, it’s not your typical mail-order bride book. It has a lot of action and adventure in it, and it covers the mountain men era of that time. I love writing about strong female characters who have grit and stamina and ain’t afraid to shoot. I manage to put them in quirky situations that make the story come alive, and my readers seem to like that. All of my novels have a special place in my heart.

What is the most recent Western you’ve written?

I just finished and published “Pocketful of Stars,” my eighth novel. My female character, Carlie Anne Russell, is a little scatterbrained, but that adds a fun twist to the story. She’s trying to keep a land baron from running her off her land. A friend of hers, Harley, calls in reinforcement by the name of Colt Rawlins, and he can’t stand Carlie Anne, but he promised Harley he’d do his best to help her. It also has quite a bit of comedy, and it was fun to write.

Can you tell us anything about your next book?

My next novel, which I hope will be published by Dusty Saddle Publishing, is titled “Freckled Venom Vixen, The Early Years.” This one covers the backstory of bounty hunter Lacy Watson before she met Marshal Rawley Lovett and the gang in White River. I make reference to her in “Perfume Powder & Lead” working with a Tate Morgan. This is their story.

Next up will be “Bed of Conspiracy.” I am writing this fiction novel based on little-known actual facts in history dealing with the Knights of the Golden Circle, President Grant, and the attempted assassination of him and take over of Washington, D.C., by this powerful, underground secret society. It’s coming along quite well.

For Christmas this year, I have the return of the Freckled Venom Gang. I’m combining the characters from first four books together once again in a reunion of sorts: “Freckled Venom Plum Dickens of a Christmas.”

Then I have my first children’s book, “We Are Awesome Possums.” I raised eight abandoned possums, and this story is told through two who could not be released back into the wild due to birth defects.

If you could go back in time, what would be the time and place in the Old West you’d like to have lived in for a year?

After the Indian wars in Montana or Wyoming.

Is there a question you’d wish I asked? The answer?

I know readers always like background info, so here is mine. I write under the pen name of Juliette Douglas.

I had never written a thing before in my life — I didn’t spin stories when I was a child or anything. I’m a late bloomer? I woke up with these stories one day when I didn’t have a computer, or internet. My step-mom gave me an old one of hers that used floppy disks. Since then, I have fried four computers and a printer. I now have eight books published and am writing more. God has blessed me with a talent I never knew I had, and I thank him every day for that. I also thank a retired publisher who read my first raw draft and told me how to format into MS style and who insisted I needed to publish. He also suggested the title “Freckled Venom,” which now has become a series.

In my other life … I wash, wax and detail boats, which is a seasonal job and allows me to spin my crazy stories in the winter.

So here it is in a nutshell!

Thanks, Scott Harris, for this interview! Until we meet again … Happy Trails!

 

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Jul 31

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 2: Why Write?

Scott Harris. An enigma in the Western writing business. A man who has scored hits with each of his releases. There isn’t enough room to name them all here… and now we are presenting his thoughts about writing. Each one of these blogs will give you the thoughts of a bestseller… directly from his mouth! Read on and discover more about Harris’ writing world…

 

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A question I am frequently asked, especially by friends and family, but increasingly by others who do write, is…

“Why do you write?’

It’s a fair question and one I’m going to suggest you ask yourself, or allow me to ask it of you.

If the answer is as simple as “because I enjoy writing” or “because I’ve always wanted to,” that should be good enough to get you started. You can skip the rest of this essay and move on to Mile 3.

I know quite a few people who write only for themselves, or maybe to share with close friends and family, and with absolutely no intention of ever having their work published. And guess what? That is a perfectly valid reason for writing, and if that’s your reason for doing so — get started! You’ll find that you share many of the same joys, pains, highs, lows and stumbling blocks as those who hope to be published, or published again. The work and talent required to write a good book are no different for those whose audience is a handful, or maybe even one, than they are for those who hope to have tens, thousands — or millions — of readers.

But, if you have different aspirations (not better or worse, simply different), and you’ll be going down a path that includes planning or hoping to be published, you will have plenty of additional questions you’ll need to answer. Traditional or self-publishing? Do you need an agent? How about a publicist? Maybe a website, a Facebook page or a Goodreads page? An editor? A proofreader? What about Instagram? Are you hoping to make money as a writer? Are you writing Westerns because you love them?

I’ll be tackling all these issues as we go down this trail together. If they pertain to you, or you have an interest in them, read along. If not, skip them, and take advantage of the Trail Notes that apply to and work for you.

As for me? I write because I love it! And, as I move further down the trail, I’m also enjoying being published, selling a few books, and savoring the new experiences and the new people that come along with doing that. There is something very fulfilling about having people outside of my family and friends read, enjoy and review my books. It’s not why I write, but it’s a tremendous bonus and, at least for me, has become addictive. And now, I’m enjoying the process of sharing some of my experiences and insights with you.
So, as you think about why you write (knowing the reasons can change with time), let’s spend some time together and see if we can’t — working together — make it a more enjoyable and successful journey for you, regardless of how you define success!

If you have something you’d like to share, or a question you’d like to ask, send me an email at Scott@scottharriswest.com.

Thank you and keep writing!

 

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The latest adventure from one of the most exciting Western authors of today! This is “Mojave Massacre” from Scott Harris! A sure-fire reader pleaser!

Brock, Sophie and Huck are still living with the Havasupai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. But their lives are threatened by the murderous and vengeful Paiute, and Brock and Huck, seeing no alternative, race one hundred miles to a small trading outpost, hoping to buy the rifles that will give them a chance against the much larger Paiute forces.

They stumble across four slaughtered Hopi Indians, track down the murderers, and find help in very unexpected places from friends – new and old.

The final battle is brutal, bloody and decisive.

Mojave Massacre is the exciting second book in the new Grand Canyon trilogy and the fifth book in the best-selling Brock Clemons Western series, following the tremendously successful Dry Springs trilogy. Click here to download your copy of this exciting new book!

Jul 30

Death Rides A Grey Horse: A Western Adventure From Bestseller Fred Staff!

“Death Rides A Grey Horse” is the new, action-packed western adventure from leading author Fred Staff. From the hills of Montana to the plains of Arizona—Staff writes western action that will leave you spellbound. This new Staff adventure is filled to the brim with adventure, gun smoke and the sound of gunshots.

Joel Roberts hated the fact that he had been a sniper during the Civil War. He had given up his study of law to do his bit in what he thought would be a short conflict. He didn’t realize that the return to his home would show him how the divide of the country had destroyed all that he had fought for. The only thing he felt he could do was find the one woman he had missed over the years of slaughter. Mounted on his outstanding stallion, Ghost, he begins his search for his lady, which leads to continual conflict with evil. He turns into the devil that no one wants to cross. His journey allows him to develop many strange friendships, the most important of which is with Brutus, his dog. They travel endless miles, facing continual threats, and finds that neither can survive without the other.

Grab this new Fred Staff adventure today—you won’t regret it!

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Jul 27

Pastor Jim Burnett, With A Grin, Holds Copies Of His Hit New Western In His Hands For The First Time

Pastor Jim Burnett, below, holds copies of his brand new hit western “The Bible and the Badge.” A hit? Yes! “The Bible and the Badge” is currently making it’s way up the #western bestseller chart. A brand new hit from a man who has been entertaining readers for a long, long time.

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About Jim Burnett:

Jim Burnett is a pastor, speaker, and author who has pastored four churches in Mississippi over his twenty-eight years in ministry. Currently, he is the lead pastor of Willow Pointe Church in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Jim has published a plethora of leadership articles for Christian magazines and has also written a Christian western trilogy called Miracle at Caller’s Spring Ranch Series.

About “The Bible and the Badge:”

One of the most sensational Westerns ever written—this is the exciting next installment in the “Callers Spring Ranch Western series.” Jim Burnett offers up a Western salute to our men and women of the military and law enforcement who wear the badge and tote the gun under the authority of God.

Lucas and Levi Reese are twin brothers who answer the call of God to be lawmen in the Kansas frontier town of Caldwell. Raised by Quaker parents on their homestead in Horse Creek, Wyoming, law enforcement seems to go against their upbringing until these two and their family sense God’s call for them to wear the badge and tote the gun.

These brothers, with their badges, guns, and godly convictions, bring law and order to Caldwell and honor to their Lord. Consequently, Lucas and Levi Reese become two of the best lawmen the state of Kansas has ever seen.

Praised for this series from across the Western genre. Just make sure to grab your very own copy of this, the most exciting Burnett adventure yet!

 

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