Monthly Archive: September 2019

Sep 30

Heading To Market On Thursday: Freckled Fury: The First, Second And Third Westerns In The “The Freckled Venom Series”

Ride with the first three Western adventures in “The Freckled Venom Series” from Juliette Douglas! These award-winning Westerns will take you on a journey—a journey you’ll want to take time, and time again! Book One: Meet Lacy, a renowned bounty hunter, often sought after for the most dangerous cases. She is tougher than some of …

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Sep 25

“The Legend of Jake Jackson: The Last Of The Great Gunfighters: Book Three” Is Now Available From William H. Joiner!

  The third book in this bestselling Western series from William H. Joiner, Jr. Jake Jackson was a legend in the Old West. His ability with a gun was unmatched. His name brought hope to the oppressed and sent shivers of fear up the spines of outlaws. Jake Jackson was equally as revered among the …

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Sep 24

“Coyote Junction: Exciting Adventures From Nine Great Storytellers” Available Now!

  I woke up as we pulled into Coyote Junction and couldn’t believe it as I saw them walk onto the train. Following up on the tremendous success of the first two books in the Western Adventure Series: Grizzly Creek Runs Red and The Last Comanche, comes the best one yet—Coyote Junction! Nine fast paced …

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Sep 18

An Exclusive Look At “The Legend of Jake Jackson: Book Three” From William H. Joiner!

  An excerpt from the upcoming Jake 3 Dick Brunson the owner of the Circle B was flushed with anger, “McCabe, I hired you to stop cattle theft on my range! Instead I have evidence that you’re the one rustling my cows! What have you got to say for yourself?” Brunson was backed up by …

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Sep 16

Could You Replicate The Million-Page Western Success Of Gene Turney? Why Don’t You Give It A Try!

  One of the great successes of 2019 has been Gene Turney with his first release, “The Little Ranch In Texas.” Published by Outlaws Publishing, this Western was almost instantly a success with readers, but what caused the book to become so popular so quickly? What was it about “The Little Ranch in Texas” that …

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Sep 13

Brand New From Paul L. Thompson! “U.S. Marshal Shorty Thompson – Don’t Ever Make Old Men Mad” Is Now Available!

  Toby McElroy yelled out, “Mister Long, did you see our paint horses bein’ drove up this road?” “No, we sure didn’t, but we’ve only been here minutes. Who’d be driving em?” “Willis and Wilber Stoner an’ Andy Mathews. They shot Pa an’ took five hundred dollars what he was gonna pay off our loan …

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Sep 12

“Gunfighter: Morgan Deerfield: Death on the Horizon” Is Now Available From John D. Fie, Jr.

  The Old West. A time of man’s bravery and fears. A place where a man needed every ounce of his strength to survive. A barbaric time. A better time. It is a place we call the Old West. This is an exciting adventure in that dangerous, yet dramatic and exciting place. A powerful new …

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Sep 09

Twenty Westerns In The Top Thirty: How The Western Keeps Growing, Growing, Growing!

  Sometimes it’s so incredible to see the way readers react to books. Did anyone think, four years ago, that brand new Western authors could dominate the bestseller chart? I’m not sure… but I think it’s fantastic that so much new talent has been developed, and is currently being enjoyed by so many people. Twenty …

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Sep 06

Have You Tried “The Little Ranch In Texas: A Western Adventure” From Gene Turney?

What’s this one about? Charlie Taylor had no idea what he would find when he came to Texas. He did know that he wanted to learn to be a rancher. Charlie encounters the very crust of the earth when his horse makes the first stop in Live Oak Springs, Texas. It became obvious to everyone …

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Sep 05

“The Legend of Badger Grant: A Western Adventure” Arrives From C. Emerson Law!

Jack “Badger” Grant had served as a Continental Marine since he was eighteen years old, and he loved the sea, but when he went ashore to fight in the Mexican/American War in what would someday be California, he fell in love with the West and he wanted to see and experience all of the adventures …

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