Monthly Archive: June 2016

Jun 17

Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs with Western Top Dog Author Lon Safko

Since the release of his first Western, “Massacre,” the world has been hearing a lot about Lon Safko. With that first book now available as an audiobook, and his second book on the market, I decided to sit down and find out the motivation behind the success of Lon Safko. What makes him such an …

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Jun 16

A Man For All Audiobooks: An Interview With Audiobook Narrator Paul Provo

This new interview is with audiobook voice Paul Provo. Paul, who resides in Spain, has just completed working on the mammoth task of recording a train orientated audiobook for the Railroad Artifact Preservation Society in Amarillo. This brilliant new book will entertain all train enthusiasts from 1 to 101. But what about the voice behind …

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Jun 16

Western Star Lon Safko Has A New Book On The Horizon

“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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Jun 15

Western Author Hutchinson Wins Acclaim, Awards and Leads The Way For Western Authors

WESTERN FICTIONEERS ANNOUNCES THE 6TH ANNUAL PEACEMAKER WINNERS 2016 PEACEMAKER AWARDS BEST FIRST NOVEL: STRONG CONVICTIONS by GP Hutchinson (The Hutchinson Group, LLC) Finalist: DAKOTA TRAILS by Robert McKee (Pen-L Publishing) PISTOL MAN by Daniel Cassidy (Whimsical Publications, LLC) THE SKELETON WALKERS by Derek Burnett (Derek Burnett) BEST NOVEL: BONE DIGGER by Douglas Hirt (Five …

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Jun 15

Snakes on the Trail With Hit Western Author W.M. Montague

W.M. Montague has become of the surprise hit-makers of 2016. His first book “Treason on the Trail” has been a constant seller for months now… his second has just started to sell. The second Montague novel will take readers on the trail with a lawman. It’s a novel you are going to love… it’s called …

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Jun 14

If You Can Dream It… You Can Do It… But Can You Help Others Do It?

If you can dream it, you can do it. If you can believe it, you can make it happen. But none of us can do it alone. Every single time we face a problem, be it in our own lives, our business decisions, or with our books, we find ourselves in the position of needing …

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Jun 13

Dead Mans Party: The Haunting World of G. Michael Vasey

    The paranormal is a strange, unknown thing. This interview is with G. Michael Vasey. A writer who spends much of his time documenting cases of the paranormal. His books on the subject have been some of the most popular written in the last few years. This interview will be all about his experiences. …

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Jun 10

Writing Dreams: An Interview With Author M.L. Newman

M. L. Newman is an independent writer who lives in rural Connecticut with her wonderful husband. She is a member of the RWA. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Marist College. She is active in community theatre and has played characters ranging from Brigitta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music to …

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Jun 09

Jack The Ripper Is Stalking The Old West: An Interview With Western Author Frank F. Fiore

The first book in a new Western mystery series will put the best of the British against the American West. Filled with action, drama, twists, turns and gunfights, this series will leave you wishing for more. Jack the Ripper is terrorizing the citizens of London, and there is only one connection between each murder known …

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Jun 08

A Man On The Run: An Interview With Western Author Stephen Wilson

When it comes to Westerns, it really comes down to story. Most Western readers are careful buyers who really want to lose themselves in a story of the Old West. When I first met Stephen Wilson, author of the fantastic “Frank Palmer Stories” series, I was blown away. Why? Because he couldn’t stop telling me …

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