Monthly Archive: May 2016

May 31

Are The Best Book Boyfriends Sinners? Try A Taste of “Sinners Craving”

Readers have been enjoying Megan Elizabeth for some time now. Her first book “Sinners Craving” is currently available for 99 cents. If you are looking for a new paranormal series filled with great writing, this might be the series for you? You can learn more about the author through this interview… Why don’t you give …

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May 27

When Will “Lone Wolf” Hit? An Interview with Western Writer Weldon Shaw

Since his retirement, Weldon has had two novels published and set for release in 2015—“Pachuco” (historical fiction) and “The Rise And Fall Of Our Youth” (self-help). He enjoys writing fiction/ romance novels. He believes this gives him the ability to share his inner self and feelings about life with other people. Currently, he is working …

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May 26

Western Star Lon Safko Arrives On “The Wild West Showdown With J.C. Hulsey”

“Massacre! Book 1 in the Secret of the Lost Dutchman” is the first book in a new and exciting Western series from bestselling author Lon Safko based on the true story behind the legendary goldmine. The secret of the Lost Dutchman goldmine has been legendary for as long as anyone can remember—this is the true …

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May 26

Do Westerns Mirror The American Way of Life? An Interview With Western Superstar Cliff Roberts

From politician to writer… that’s the direction Cliff Roberts has taken. This new interview with him will allow us to take a look at the man behind the books. Does Cliff Roberts believe that Westerns mirror the American way of life? Does Cliff Roberts want to write more Westerns? Does Cliff Roberts love Western movies? …

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May 25

The Long and Winding Trail: An Interview with Western Writing Star E.C. Herbert

E.C. Herbert, better known as Al, was brought up in Laconia, New Hampshire. His favorite childhood game, cowboys and Indians, inspired a lifelong love of the Old West and its history. His favorite author is Ralph Cotton. He and his wife, Marion, live in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This exclusive interview with E.C should explain why …

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May 25

The Writer Goes Adventuring: An Interview with Author Dennis Gager

Dennis Gager is a writer of all seasons, and styles. His new book “Outlaws Last Stand” has been on the bestseller charts for sometime now, and keeps bringing new fans into the fold. What makes a writer like Gager so successful? I believe it’s the humility he manages to exude at every turn, and the …

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May 24

When The Sins Of The Past Claim The Future, The Craving For More Can Turn Deadly…. Paranormal Romance From Megan Elizabeth

When the sins of the past claim the future, the craving for more can turn deadly….  When the Goddess of Love and the Father of Evil determine your fate, do you fight back? Matteaus, leader of the Fallen, never backs down from a challenge. Not even when his fated female proves to be the most …

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May 24

Rare New Alex Cord Art Movie Revealed: An Interview with Director Steve Carver

Many people know actor and author Alex Cord from his work in the Western field, or from his iconic role on TV’s Airwolf. But have you ever wondered what his darker side is like? Recently, I was contacted by Steve Carver, a very talented photographer, who wanted to work with Alex. To my surprise, he …

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May 23

A Trilogy of Aviation: An Interview with Mike Trahan

Mike Trahan could be described as a “living legend.” In a world where everyone is a legend, we have to take that title with a grain of salt. Let me explain how Mike actually fits that title. Mike Trahan followed his dream to become a pilot. He had true grit and fought all the obstacles …

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May 20

Around The Campfire with Western Writing Raider W.M. Montague

W.M. Montague is an enigma when it comes to the writing business. His original release was a seafaring tale of adventure, plunder and good deeds. It was called “Mr Bonner and the Amazing Adventures of Poseidon’s Charge.” After that success, he decided to turn his hand to writing the Westerns he so loved. Now he …

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