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Sep 13

D.G. Wyatt Rides Into The Sunset With His Latest Western Hit

You know the younger generation loves Westerns, too. Take a guy like D.G. Wyatt who writes Westerns for a modern audience. His “Redemption Ride” has just been released— and his next one is already on the way. You can’t normally tie down a guy with such publishing energy for an interview—but we’ve managed it! Welcome D.G. Wyatt, star of “Redemption Ride”

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“Redemption Ride” is the new book from Western author D.G. Wyatt. Filled with action and suspense this new Western takes you to Civil War torn Texas and places you right in the middle of a story that will leave you enthralled and energized.

When two cousins unwittingly meet up—they find they are fighting for opposing sides. But when a common enemy, stolen gold and a traitor are thrown into the mix they find that they have more in common than they think. But it’s a race against time—can they save a defenseless town, and themselves from being destroyed by a merciless enemy?

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 Who is your intended audience, and why should they read your book?

Teens to adults of all ages. My book isn’t just the typical Western. It has a science-fiction twist to it which will keep you right on the edge of your seat wanting more. I built it that way to really get my audience involved in the story.

How did you come up with the title of your book or series?

My wife and I were discussing my latest manuscript, and we both came up with the title together. It was really more her than me. But I certainly helped.

Tell us a little bit about your cover art. Who designed it? Why did you go with that particular image/artwork?

I wanted something that was dramatic. I think we got it just right.

How about your least favorite character?  What makes them less appealing to you?

I like all my characters. They’re key to my stories. Again, you have to think about the Shakespearean aspect to books. Even the greatest villains are beloved by millions of readers. In my new book there are a lot of characters you could call “bad guys,” but they’re all victims of circumstance really.

Do you ever have regrets about the books you write? Do you ever want to go back and change them?

Why? There’s always another story. I really enjoyed writing “Redemption Ride,” and there’s nothing I would change. There’s nothing I would change in any of my books.

Can you give our readers some interesting facts about “Redemption Ride?”

I used a lot of personal facts about myself in writing the book from places I visited as a child on trips, to experiences I had in my life that I shared in the story, as well. In many ways, it’s a very personal book.

Do you have any unique talents or hobbies?

I enjoy learning new things on projects I do with my hands. I also enjoy my family—family is one of the most important things a man has.

What can we expect from you in the future?

Look for my next Western coming in 2016. It’s just around the corner, folks!

What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful?

Send me your comments and suggestions for stories or ideas you have for me at dennisgager@yahoo.com. I love to hear from the readers.

Do you have any tips for readers or advice for other writers trying to get published?

Yes, write from your heart, never take no for an answer, and let your imagination run wild in your stories. You have to think big when you write a book. Think BIG, and you’ll get a big story.

Is there anything else you’d like to say?

Yes. I’d like to thank all of my readers so far for reading all my books. I’d like to tell you all that I’ll be working to give you all the books you want in the future. I have many ideas—and I hope you will travel along with me and try some of my new literary adventures.

 And now, before you go, how about a snippet from your book that is meant to intrigue and tantalize us:

“Redemption Ride” is the new book from Western author D.G. Wyatt. Filled with action and suspense this new Western takes you to Civil War torn Texas and places you right in the middle of a story that will leave you enthralled and energized.

When two cousins unwittingly meet up—they find they are fighting for opposing sides. But when a common enemy, stolen gold and a traitor are thrown into the mix they find that they have more in common than they think. But it’s a race against time—can they save a defenseless town, and themselves from being destroyed by a merciless enemy?

Redemption Ride,” the latest hit from D.G. Wyatt, is available now on Kindle from Amazon. If you love Westerns you won’t want to miss this great book!

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