Sep 18

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 9: First Line

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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The novel of 50,000 words begins with the first line.

With apologies to Lao Tzu, writing a book is a journey, and at some point, you have to start. For most of us, staring at that blank page, or that blank screen, with not a word written, can be daunting, even overwhelming.

Fight that feeling, and start writing!

We have plenty to discuss still, even additional things you can do before you actually start writing. But let’s not wait. Let’s write that first line.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

Call me Ishmael.

It was a dark and stormy night; 

All this happened, more or less.

It was love at first sight.

It is easy to argue, and difficult to debate, that the most important line of any story or any book, is the first one. You have a golden opportunity to grab the reader, to pull them into the second line, and the third…

You also have an opportunity lose them. Most readers will give you more than a single line to grab their attention, but there’s no reason to risk it.

Now, that being said, let’s not overthink the first line. The great thing about writing is that you can go back and change it. As you progress with your book, you may discover a better first line, or five different better first lines. That’s the fun of editing, the joy of discovering.

But you’ve got to put that first line down on paper. Take that first step.

If you haven’t done it. If you’ve found a thousand things to do instead of doing it. If it scares you death. Stop. Stop right now, sit down and write the first line of your book. And when you’re done, savor it, enjoy it — and get to work on the second line.

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!

Sep 13

Hit Western Author Jim Burnett Pays Tribute To Those Brave Peace Officers With His Latest Novel

The latest Jim Burnett Western bestseller is called “The Bible and the Badge.” This exciting new release is Jim’s way of paying tribute to those brave men, and women, who police the streets and keep us all safe. 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.

Lets meet with Jim and find out more…

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Jim, what was the driving force behind writing this new novel?

My dad was in law enforcement as I was growing up, and I was taught very early in life to love and respect those who wore badges and risked their lives to keep us safe. In this past year, as a Christian pastor, I felt the need to remind us from the Bible that the Lord has ordained the laws of the land and has raised up men and women who will enforce those laws for the good of humanity. Without law and order, there would be utter chaos.

Therefore, I have written a Western tribute to all of our men and women who wear the badge, whether law enforcers, military service men and women, or other first responders. They are the true heroes of our nation, often putting their lives on the line to protect ours.

Scriptures that motivated me to write this novel:

Romans 13:1-6 (NIV)
1  Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God.
2  Consequently, he who rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves.
3  For rulers hold no terror for those who do right, but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from fear of the one in authority? Then do what is right and he will commend you.
4  For he is God’s servant to do you good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword for nothing. He is God’s servant, an agent of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer.
5  Therefore, it is necessary to submit to the authorities, not only because of possible punishment but also because of conscience.
6  This is also why you pay taxes, for the authorities are God’s servants, who give their full time to governing.

What was your first experience with those who work to keep the public safe?

My most vivid recollection was at the age of 16, immediately after a car wreck in which I was involved. The deputies were there to direct people safely around the wrecked cars, and the paramedics made sure I was okay. As a pastor, I have been on the scene of a lot of wrecks and I’ve seen first hand the amazing work of these first responders. These special people are game changers and life savers.

Why did you feel it was important to pay tribute to those working to keep us safe, and healthy?

The environment we live in today was one of the motivators for the novel. I believe being a first responder in the 21st century is a daunting task, and therefore, they need our encouragement and gratitude. I also want to encourage the next generation to consider answering the call to serve in these capacities.

How did you want to portray these important people in “The Bible and the Badge”?

As the heroes they are. They have a personal calling upon their lives and it requires tremendous, commitment from not only them, but their families.

Where did that inspiring title come from?

It was inspired by the direct link that exists between peace officers’ duty and sacred call. Thus, “The Bible and the Badge” seemed very appropriate and catchy.

How do you feel about the success you’ve been having lately with your Westerns?

I am blown away and very grateful to the Lord for the desire and ability to write. The thought that people would want to read what I write is exciting. Also, to be able to move people’s emotions by a short story or novel is pretty fantastic.

What are you currently working on?

Currently, I am working on four other Western novels. Two of them will be additional installments in my Caller’s Springs Series. The other will take me in a little different direction. The fourth will be a new endeavour for me: to write my first romance novel.

Can you share a prayer with our readers for the lawmen of America?

Heavenly Father, thank you for the men and women you have raised up across our nation who serve under your authority as peace officers. I pray for their daily safety. Surround them with your protection and give them joy in their service to You and their communities. I also pray for the families of officers and soldiers, as we know they are often burdened with knowing their loved ones are in hostile surroundings.  In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Amen, Jim.

 

JIM BURNETT PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE PEACE OFFICERS

WITH HIS LATEST BOOK

THE BIBLE AND THE BADGE

 

 

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Sep 11

Why Now, Now, NOW! Is The Right Time To Believe In Your Western Novel

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What a tremendous year so far! With great success seemingly around every bend in the road, there’s a great feeling of optimism in the Western book business. A whole genre that was pronounced dead a few years ago—a genre that has currently found itself in a state of rebirth with brand new books, brand new movies, brand new ideas—heck, a brand new lease of life. That life has allowed readers around the world to discover the wonder and awe of the history of the United States of America.

Take an author like Cherokee Parks. Cherokee, one of the finest Western writers of today, has been having one helluva year. With millions of pages of his Westerns read, he has been at the forefront of this rebirth. Authors like Robert Hanlon, GP Hutchinson, Randall Dale, David Watts, Mike Hundley, Paul L. Thompson, Scott Harris, C. Wayne Winkle, M. Allen, Mark Baugher, D.L. Bittick, and a shed load more have been leading this spearhead of achievement.

But what has made this rebirth possible?

Three things, friend. Three things.

The first has been the quality of books made available to the public by the talented writers, editors and cover designers of the Western genre.

The second has been the influence of brand new Western publishing houses that have revolutionized the way Westerns have been presented and promoted, reaching new readerships and allowing readers to be educated about the new releases heading onto, and currently dominating, the market.

The third essential ingredient has been the new and exciting way promotion has been developed to fit the genre. This includes the time-tested promotional techniques such as forewords and author association, but some new techniques such as super optimization and “creep and peep” promotion. The way Westerns are promoted today is both the best of the past and the very latest, tied together with string and called sales success. These traditional and futuristic promotional ideals have scored hit after hit for authors. But the authors need to write the stories readers want before any of this works.

So if you feel you have a Western readers will enjoy, and you’re willing to work for success—why don’t you get your book out there and give it a chance? I think you may be very surprised at the number of readers who will enjoy your book. Get that book out there, and I’ll look forward to seeing you on the bestseller charts! Take advantage of the new, exciting strides being taken within the genre and use them—use them to allow your book to be seen and read by the world!

Now, as always, if you have questions just contact me through the form below. Furthermore—I have a question for you. What’s your favorite book of all time? I’ve been trying to catch up on all the great novels out there and would love your suggestion. Feel free to get in touch—anytime!

 

 

Sep 11

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 8: First Or Third?

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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One of the early questions you have to answer, even before you start writing, is if you’ll be writing in first person or third person. This is known as the point of view (POV). Each offers advantages and disadvantages.

First person POV is “I” based. Everything you share with the reader comes through the point of view of the “I” character, the first-person narrator.

I was enjoying the conversation. My nerves were on edge. We were running late.

For many, it is easy to write, because it is how we think. You pick a character, usually the protagonist, and tell the story through their eyes, actions and thoughts. You are then (by convention) restricted from entering the minds of other characters, and the character you pick must almost always be present to move the story forward. A first person POV lends itself more to intimacy with the reader through the main character. It also gives you an opportunity to create a unique voice, which can be fun for all writers, and maybe especially fun for new ones.

Third person POV lets us watch and listen through an independent narrator, and instead of “I” or “we,” it is “she,” “they” or “them.”

They were enjoying the conversation. Everyone’s nerves were on edge. She was going to be late.

This POV allows you the luxury of moving quickly and easily between scenes and characters, keeping the story fresh, and gives you many opportunities to move the story forward. But, unless it is done well, it can be confusing to the reader. Your narrator needs to have a distinctive voice.

For my Brock Clemons series, I picked a hybrid. When Brock is the focus, which is about 75 percent of the time, I use first person and Brock is the one who thinks and speaks. However, for the balance of the chapters, I switch to a third person POV and have the narrator hover above other characters, usually without Brock being present. I like how it gives the reader (and the writer) a little break from Brock’s point of view.

I have been warned against this, because the transition between the two POVs can be challenging, and if not done well, is a quicker way to lose readers than even boring or poor writing.

I think it works — at least for me — and I enjoy it. However, it’s not for everyone. I suggest you try both styles for a few pages and see which is most natural and comfortable for you.

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!

Sep 06

Novel Ideas Western Client GP Hutchinson Wins “Readers Favorite Silver Medal” For His Hit “Strong Ambitions”

A huge round of applause for GP Hutchinson— the hotselling author who has just been awarded a silver medal for his giant-sized-super-seller “Strong Ambitions.” A smash hit #western last year… and an award-winner this year. You deserve it, GP!

 

Recently, GP signed with hotshot Western publishing outfit Dusty Saddle Publishing for a series of highly anticipated Western novels. The first release “Just Shy of Mexico” was an instant bestseller– and now readers will thrill to the words of “Cimarron Jack’s Real Wild West.”

You can pre-order your copy of his great new novel by clicking here.

 

Cimarron Jack's Real Wild West: A Western Novel From The Author of "Just Shy of Mexico" by [Hutchinson, GP]

The new, exciting novel from GP Hutchinson! This is the west as you’ve never experienced it before. A bushwhacked Wild-West-show entrepreneur must prove he’s no mere dime-novel hero; either that or lose everything he holds dear. 

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 Jack isn’t simply experiencing a run of bad luck. Someone aims to ruin the business he has invested his entire life into—and to end his life if he puts up a fight. Now, everything that Cimarron Jack is supposed to have represented as a symbol of Wild West heroism in the show, he must actually be, in the deadly reality of chasing down answers and outlaws. Pre-order your copy today by clicking here!

Sep 05

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 7: Outline

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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To outline, or not to outline, that is the question:

Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer

The slings and arrows of an unplanned novel

Or to take arms against a sea of troubles

By outlining them and so ending them

Forgive me, but that was fun to write.

Many, perhaps even most, writing experts (regardless of genre) will tell you the most critical part of any novel is the outline. They are absolutely correct.

Others, albeit a minority, will tell you that an outline is unnecessary, a constraint on creativity and the storyline, and it is better to march boldly into the unknown, chapter by unplanned chapter. They are also absolutely correct.

Whichever way you to decide to go, simply make sure it is absolutely correct for you. If an outline is not restrictive, but rather provides direction and guidance, a sense of form and comfort as you tackle your novel, and then allows you the freedom of exploring each predetermined chapter, that’s exactly what you should do.

If, instead, as I did with my first three novels — “Coyote Courage,” “Coyote Creek” and “Coyote Canyon” (I love alliteration, sometimes to a fault) — you prefer tackling each chapter as it comes and only discovering what comes next as you’re writing it, then that’s how you should approach your writing.

Perhaps you prefer to know what the final chapter will be before you begin and write your way toward it. I did this with one of my books (“Coyote Canyon”), and I found the experience exhilarating, though at times a bit restrictive.

Again, the key, as it always is when writing, is to find what works best for you. You may know the right method already, or you may need to experiment with a variety of approaches before determining which one best fits your style. Beware those who tell you there is only one to write a novel — they’re wrong.

As I said, my first three fiction Westerns were written without a net. Not only did I not have an outline, but I also did not know from chapter to chapter what was going to happen next. The process worked well, for me. And yet, with my most recent book, the fourth in the Brock Clemons series, “Battle on the Plateau,” I tried doing an outline. I wanted to test and compare the two starkly different styles and, so far, have found developing an outline to be both challenging and rewarding. It worked, at least for me, but only because I used it as a guideline and didn’t feel constrained to stick to it as it was originally written.

In the end, do what works for you, recognizing that it may change over time.

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 31

REBLOG: Forum With Scott Harris Featuring Western Bestseller M. Allen

Be sure to read the original interview by clicking here!

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

About a year ago my publicist, Nick Wale, recommended I give writing a Western series a go. Six novels later, and I love writing my “Sutton Brothers Series.” I like the freedom that comes with writing great adventures with lots of action and suspense.

Who are your three favorite Western writers?

I am a big fan of Sarah McCarty’s Western novels. I find I can barrel through them in one day. I also enjoy reading Paul Thompson and Erin Nicholas.

Which Western do you wish you’d written?

“Lonesome Dove.” Not only is it a true, bonafide classic, but it’s also a novel that has found an audience outside of the Western market—and it’s important that Westerns find a wider audience to promote the history of the Old West.

What is the most recent Western you’ve read?

Recently, I read the Sarah McCarty novel “Sam’s Creed.” I enjoyed it very much. I loved the blend of action, adventure and plot twists.

The “Desert Island” question. What are your three favorite Western books?

“The Virginian” – Owen Wister

“Lonesome Dove” – Larry McMurtry

“True Grit” – Charles Portis

What are your three favorite Western movies?

“The Cowboy” – Jack Lemmon

“The Hateful Eight” – Samuel L. Jackson

“Django Unchained” – Jamie Foxx

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

My latest novel “Jackson Sutton: An Assassin to Kill For” is my favorite Western novel that I’ve written so far. It is the longest of the Sutton brothers collection and had the most action and adventure.

What is the most recent Western you’ve written?

“Jackson Sutton” will be out later this month, and I can’t wait to share it with you all.

Can you tell us anything about your next book?

Well, important information first. “Jackson Sutton” is coming out later this month! What’s it about? Jackson Sutton and his unreachable love, Hannah Baldwin. Jackson is the sixth brother in the Sutton series and is the one brother who has wandered farthest from home seeking his own fortune. When he enlisted with the Eighth Circle, a secret society of assassins, he never expected to find the woman of his dreams working beside him.

Hannah Baldwin is the niece of Augustus Baldwin, a man who specializes in secrets and lies. When they find the network of spies they’ve set up all through Europe is about to come crashing down because of a double agent, they turn to the one man who can keep them safe with hunting down the double agent and saving the Eighth Circle … Jackson Sutton.

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?

I think it would be fun to live on a ranch back then. I feel that life was simpler and fuller at the same time. Where your connections were with the people around you and not things like phones or TVs. A time when you got what you wanted or needed by earning it with your own two hands. I could see how that could be very rewarding.

Is there a question you’d wish I asked? If so, the answer?

No, I think you’ve covered all the bases with this interview. Bravo.

 

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Aug 30

Exclusive Artwork For: “The Bounty Hunter From Washington: A Tribute to Charles Ray”

Take a look at this brand new piece of art from Charles Ray. This painting will grace the cover of his forthcoming new release “The Bounty Hunter From Washington.” Ray, a prolific writer, is also a former Ambassador. He has just finished writing a novel with Fred Staff, and is currently in the charts with his “Adventures of Bass Reeves” novel!

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Aug 30

America’s Greatest Lawmen: The Gun, The Badge and The Dead: A Tribute: A Western Adventure From Scott Harris, Fred Staff And Many Others

 

From Scott Harris, Fred Staff, M. Allen, Michael Haden and many of the biggest names in the West comes “America’s Greatest Lawmen.” These western adventures tell the stories of lawmen and their fight against the deadly crime of the Old West.

The marshal stands tall, his hand just above the gun that hangs against his leg… the outlaw jeers… aims his gun…. The marshal draws, fires and blows the outlaw to kingdom come… The peace is kept, law and order has been maintained. The badge has won.

The United States of America was tamed by these men and women. Brave men and women who took a lawless land and made it what it is today—one of the finest countries in the world—economically, militarily and culturally. The wars, the battles, and the end product were the result of the taming of the West.

In this new collection from Dusty Saddle Publishing, we wanted to pay tribute to the men and women who trod the lawless land and made it the land of the free. In this collection, you will find stories from Scott Harris, Fred Staff, Michael Haden, C. Wayne Winkle, Justin Harris and many others—these stories should entertain and excite you—the reader. But never forget that were it not for those early lawmen, we wouldn’t have the wonderful free country we have today. These stories are fiction, action-packed and deadly, so watch yourself while you read and enjoy them. Grab your copy today!

Aug 30

REBLOG: How To Write A Bestseller With Western Writer Scott Harris: Mile 6: Software

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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When I started writing my first novel, “Coyote Courage,” I turned on my computer, opened up Microsoft Word and started typing away. I wasn’t too far in before I realized I needed to start making some notes: What kind of gun did I say Brock had? What was the name of the bartender? Did I say the trip took four days, or five?

After doing this for a while, and it becoming far too time consuming and cumbersome, I figured there had to be a better way. Admittedly, others probably would have gotten there sooner than I did, but get there I did! And I discovered, no surprise, there is a world of writing software out there designed to make writing your novel easier and more efficient.

I readily admit to not being a computer or software whiz, and my preference in all things software is easy and intuitive. I did a little research, watched a couple of YouTube videos, and read a few reviews and blog sites, and I wound up going with Storyist. I’m not sure if it’s the best, but it works for me. I cheat a little and still do my initial writing in Microsoft Word (which for many writers is all they ever need) and then move it over to Storyist — but having Storyist makes it simple to keep track of characters (main and minor), plot, timeline, locations and settings. As long as you are diligent about adding the information in (I do it following every chapter I write), it will always be available to you.

A little bit of research shows that there are plenty of novel management software options out there, beyond Word and Storyist. Scrivener and Ulysses seem to come up quite often. And keep in mind, you may not need/want any software beyond what you already have (Microsoft Word for many of us) and that’s perfectly OK. You just want to be comfortable while you’re writing and able to focus on the story and the actual writing and not get lost, distracted or waste time trying to remember if the sheriff’s name is Bill or Sam.

The right piece of software makes getting — and staying — organized much easier! Some of the available software will also help you develop your plot, edit your work, and even provide assistance and ideas for publishing and marketing your completed novel.

Do your own research, establish your own budget, determine your own needs (and those will probably change as you get further into the project) and then decide what works best for you — which is the only thing that matters in selecting your software.

Last hint. If you try one and it doesn’t work, change it! Whether you’re building a deck in the backyard or building a novel, having the right tools makes the job much easier. And writing a novel is hard enough; don’t make it any harder.

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!

 

CATCH THE LATEST SCOTT HARRIS WESTERN BESTSELLER!

 

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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!

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