Category Archive: Westerns

Oct 25

How Bestseller Baugher Turned His New Hit Western Into A Blockbuster Motion Picture

With “C-Bar” from Mark Baugher currently climbing towards the top 100… I thought it might be useful for me to share one of Marks articles for “Westerner” magazine with you all. This is the story of how Mark Baugher made his book into a movie. A real movie. You can learn more about “C-Bar” by …

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May 11

And They Said “100,000” Paid Pages Read Per Day For A Month Was Impossible…

Lately, I have noticed that people are still saying that there is no audience for Westerns. There’s just no audience. It’s just impossible to get Westerns read. People just don’t want to read them. Right? Wrong. I think it’s just about time you and I had another chat. Yes… you… you… I want to have …

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Apr 27

Burning Down The Barn With Western Author W.M. Montague

W.M. Montague has become of the surprise hit-makers of 2017. His first book “Blood on the Badge” has been rumbling around Amazon for a few weeks 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… …

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Apr 18

800,000+ Pages Read Later… And Those Readers Keep Reading…

  800,000 PAGE READS LATER…   A few weeks ago now, I was talking to you all about the importance of recognizing a living, Western readership that is actively reading the books of Western authors around the world. I made some good friends from that post. But I also met some people who told me …

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Apr 11

Proof That The Western Readership Lives On In Large Numbers….

A few weeks ago now, I was talking to you all about the importance of recognizing a living, Western readership that is actively reading the books of Western authors around the world. I made some good friends from that post. But I also met some people who told me it was impossible to get over …

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Mar 29

Connecting With A Western Readership That Is Still Very Much Alive and Well…

Western authors arrange calls me with often and start with something along these lines: “I wrote this book called ______ and nobody is buying it. Nobody buys Westerns anymore. It’s so sad.” I have to smile. I mean, you have to smile, don’t you? It’s one of those strange “certainties” that people are so sure …

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Mar 27

The Million-Selling World of Western Hitster Paul L. Thompson

When it comes to overnight success… none has been as successful as Paul L. Thompson. A year ago… Paul was a middling writer who had seen some success. Now… he’s one of the top 100 bestselling authors in America. What caused such a sensation? What caused one Western author to sell over 5 million pages …

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Mar 03

8 Million Page Hanlon: The Quick-Writing Western Pen of Bestseller Robert Hanlon

Robert Hanlon– that’s a name many Western readers are familiar with. Why? Because he’s one of the biggest names in the Western book business. His first novel “Texas Bounty Hunter” was number one for weeks– since then he’s tied up the charts with a number of big hits… and… he has a new one. “Pecos …

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Feb 27

An Exclusive From “Westerner” Magazine: An Interview With Hollywood Icon Alex Cord

There are so many times in my life that I expected one thing and received something completely different. This feeling pervaded when I finished a phone interview with author Alex Cord today. Many of us know Mr. Cord through his work in television and movies. What we are finding out is that Alex is a …

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Feb 27

Memorial Interview: An interview with Author Gordon Osmond

Gordon Osmond is a man accustomed to attention. After many, many years of success as a Wall Street lawyer he gave it all up. He became a writer and a playwright. Gordon has since become a lauded playwright, and a well-respected writer. His novel Slipping on Stardust and his unauthorized biography Wet Firecrackers have become …

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