Category Archive: Westerns

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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Feb 15

The Widget Interview: A Short Conversation with Bestselling Author Rebecca McLendon

This interview is with the ever-talented Becky McLendon. One of her bestselling books, “Settling In: At Home in My Sky,” has recently been turned into an audiobook. Readers around the world can now sit back, listen to her great story and decide whether they have what it takes to become an aviator in retirement. Her new …

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Jan 24

Meet The New Western Superpowers: Actor Alex Cord & Author Mike Hundley Release Their First Interview

An exclusive interview with veteran actor and Western author Alex Cord and Virginian Western author Mike Hundley. This interview is one of those rare combinations that come together only after a lot of telephone calls, hounding and blatant salesmanship. This is an interview that combines the best of the Western world in one easy-to-read package. …

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Jan 24

Hit Western Superpower Holt Holds Up The Top 100 With #1 Bestseller On The Charts

One of the biggest success stories of 2016—A.H. Holt—has scored her first #1 bestseller on the Amazon Western bestseller charts. “High Plains Fort” has achieved a platinum sales certificate from her publisher. MIDLOTHIAN, Texas – Jan. 23, 2017 – PRLog — It was announced by the publicity office of Outlaws Publishing that Outlaws Western author …

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Jan 06

One Of the Great Westerns Of 2017? “GUNSIGHT JUSTICE” Is Now On Sale!

Western writers are some of the most undervalued writers in the world. Their books sell to millions of readers, their styles are honed, their stories are filled with nourishing history, dramatic climaxes and all the action of the Old West– and then there’s Mike Hundley– a writer in his own class, with a Western that …

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Dec 06

No Name on the Bullet: An Interview with Western Super-Seller John D. Fie. Jr!

This interview is with one of the giants of the Western writing world… John D. Fie. Jr! You may already know about his books “Incident at Benson’s Creek,”  “Luke Pressor: U.S. Marshal,” and “Blood on the Plains.” These books have been picked up by Western readers, libraries and even bookstores around the world. If you …

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Nov 21

Novel Ideas Client G.P. Hutchinson Scores Gold With “Strong Suspicions”

Not only did G.P. Hutchinson score one of the biggest #Western hits of the year… He also just picked up the The Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards 2016 GOLD MEDAL for Fiction – Western! Congratulations G.P. Hutchinson! This is a fantastic achievement and I’m very proud of you! Enjoy Miami! Readers’ Favorite has become the …

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Nov 10

Can You Follow A Recipe? You’ll Have The Next Number One Bestseller

I recently sat through one of the worst book selling seminars I have ever attended. The two-hour lecture rambled on along the lines of “promise to be good, try to be nice and readers will buy your books.” That’s it. Everything is going to be just fine. Don’t make loud statements, don’t tell anyone about …

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