Monthly Archive: August 2016

Aug 30

Fightin’ To Be A Western Bestseller With “Massacre” Master 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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Aug 23

Why It’s Not Fantasy for an Author to Aim to Move a Million

Authors are always asking me THE question, as I call it. How can I become as successful as some of the big names I see in the Western writing world? I have started to ask them a simple question in return. How many Western authors have achieved ONE MILLION PAGES read in a single month? …

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Aug 23

Can You Outsell Fie? An Interview With “Million Dollar” Western Author John D. Fie. Jr

This interview is with John D. Fie. Jr. The man who has helped put the Western back on top. His first two Westerns have both been bestsellers, and he has received sales awards from his publishing company Outlaws Publishing. But what does it really take to be a bestseller? Have you always wanted to know? …

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Aug 19

Western Voice Star Paul Provo To Release New Hit Western Audiobook

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 new Western for author Chet A. Cord. This brilliant new book is called “The Tumbleweed Trail: An Outlaws Choice Series.” But what about the voice behind the book? How does he …

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Aug 18

The Western Author Who Thrills Readers Around The World: An Interview With G.P. Hutchinson

Have you been looking for a new Western series to cherish? How about checking out one of the most successful Western authors of today… G.P. Hutchinson. Success, if you can get it, is something to be cherished. G.P. Hutchinson has been at the top of the Western tree for some time now. His first book, …

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Aug 15

You Don’t Need A Gun To Write Like Western Bestseller Cliff Roberts

Cliff Roberts has sold a huge pile of books, and in all of his books there are gunfights. But you don’t need a gun to join Cliff Roberts’ gang. You just need to enjoy great stories. This interview is all about the stories and how they are written. You will find that part interesting. But …

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Aug 11

Top Western Book Cover Designer Kevin Diamond Discusses Working On Alex Cord’s “High Moon” Bestseller

To celebrate the release of the new Alex Cord Western, “High Moon,” we thought it would be great to put together an interview with the designer behind that great new Cord cover. His name is Kevin Diamond, and he has been working on a number of covers for some of the biggest names in the …

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Aug 09

Romance Author Megan Elizabeth Describes The Perfect Book Boyfriend

As a romance writer, I spend a lot of time thinking about what it is that makes me want to make a character my ‘book boyfriend.’ As a single woman in the dating world, I do the same thing. I can’t help but wonder what’s hot? What attracts me? What is it that makes me …

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Aug 08

A Massacre on the Western Bestseller Charts: Hit Western Author Lon Safko Reveals All

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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Aug 04

“Each Wind That Blows” Author Susannah Cord Reveals Her Relationship With Writing

Susannah Cord, author, horsewoman, thinker, wife, friend… What does she think about when she writes pages of a book? Why did she even become a writer? How does anyone become a writer? I have questions and Susannah has answers. Check out this great interview with the author of the riveting “Each Wind That Blows.” Who do …

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